SEC fines LSU $100K following field pandemonium

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The LSU Tigers may have reached new heights with a huge win over the weekend, but that milestone is now being overshadowed by a hefty fine Monday.

Immediately following Saturday night’s victorious game against the Georgia Bulldogs, fans stormed the Death Valley field.

As a result, the Southeastern Conference (SEC) is charging the university a whopping $100,000 fine for at least two violations.

According to ESPN, the league announced the fine on October 15, 2018, citing Saturday’s incident as a second violation of the SEC’s policy against fans on the field.

We’re told the same thing occurred against Mississippi in 2014.

Congressman Garret Graves published a Facebook post  alleging the stampede is a misunderstanding because it was actually an LSU family reunion.

Graves reiterates that this SEC fining is excessive for a fan celebration and encourages supporters to chip in to show that when it comes to winning, LSU is just “fine.”

If you’d like to contribute to paying this fine, click here to access the GoFundMe page. 

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