Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2021-10-18 18:50:08 –
Knoxville, Tennessee (AP) —The Southeastern Conference has fined Tennessee $ 250,000 for fans who threw debris into the field and stopped the Vols match against Mississippi later in the game.
The League Office also announced on Monday that Tennessee must meet other criteria.
Tennessee cheerleaders and dancefields left the field and the band went to the stands to dodge the debris.
Tennessee fines are deducted from your share of SEC revenue.
Anyone identified from the video-throwing debris will be banned from attending athletics events in Tennessee for the rest of the 2021-22 grade and athletic year.
Greg Sankey said the turmoil is unacceptable and cannot be repeated on any SEC campus.
“Saturday night game interruptions are unacceptable and cannot be repeated on any SEC campus,” Sankey said. news release.. “Today’s actions are consistent with the surveillance assigned by membership to the SEC office, including financial penalties and reviews of alcohol availability. Take this opportunity to take weekly action for each SEC member. Competition. Also, reinvolve membership in a further review of alcohol availability policies to consider additional measures for the sale and management of alcohol while providing an appropriate environment for university competition. . “
The meeting added that they had not stopped selling alcohol in Vols games, but could do so if other requirements were not met.
These requirements that the university must comply with should include:
-Use all available resources such as security, stadiums, TV videos to identify individuals who have thrown objects into the field or opponent team, and for the rest of the 2021-22 academic year and athletic year, college Participation in sports events is prohibited. ..
-A $ 250,000 fine deducted from the SEC’s revenue-sharing college share.
-Review and update the Athletics Division’s game management procedures and alcohol availability policy to prevent a recurrence of what happened on Saturday.
-After the review is complete and before the next home game, the university will meet with an overview of efforts to identify and punish violators and plans to develop a policy to prevent what happened on Saturday from happening again. Must be provided to while ensuring compliance with conference standards.