SEC Announces Punishment For Tennessee Fans Throwing Debris On Field Vs. Ole Miss
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On Monday afternoon, the SEC announced the conference is fining Tennessee $250,000 for fans showering the field at Neyland Stadium with debris on Saturday night...
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In addition to the monetary punishment, Tennessee must “use all available resources, including security, stadium and television video, to identify individuals who threw objects on to the playing field or at the opposing team.”

(The Spun)
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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SEC office is some pussy-assed bitches -Sincerely, not a Vols fan
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PBJ
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SEC should fine itself for the performance of its refs.
Reply2 months
Yes!
2 months
How much are they fining the refs for that piss poor performance that led to staff getting thrown on the field?
Reply2 months
1) if it was from the student section then meh… 2) until our *President and other elected officials elect to police our borders the same way the SEC is treating Tennessee fans I’ll not give a $hit 3) BrotherDawg not saying you should enjoy it but any true college football fan has to respect Rocky Top…. I wish LSU would ban any music not from TGBFTL and the visiting band from being played except during warmups
Reply2 months
The mental gymnastics involved to make this about politics is impressive.
2 months
Wow. I think if you tried a little harder, you could find some way to get a mention of vaccines into that post.
2 months
I saw Kiffen throw a water bottle back into the stands right before he entered the tunnel. Busted!
Reply2 months
You mean his visor?
2 months
Part of their punishment should be permanent. And that punishment should be to stop punishing the rest of the CFB world with that gawd awful Rocky Top.
Reply2 months
They should prohibit alcohol sales for remainder of year
Reply2 months
So how does this affect the actual fans who did it??
Reply2 months
Tennessee will keep an eye on their fans and not allow this BS to happen.
2 months
They should have to play their next home game without any fans
Reply2 months
So a Six million dollar fine? Can they smell your cooche down the block or only from across the room?
2 months
Well, throwing shite on the field is always trashy, so I don’t find any issue with fans being banned from attending games if they are found responsible.
Reply2 months
Maybe we just start throwing shite at the commissioner instead?
Reply2 months
And a precedent is set.
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