LSU was sentenced to $ 100,000 after his fans stormed the field Saturday
The Southeast Conference announced the beautiful Monday morning and stated in a press release that the tigers for the second time since the entry into force of the Directive in 2004 had violated the conference's "access to the competition zone". LSU fans also went on the field in 2014.
A third injury, and all subsequent injuries, would trigger a $ 250,000 penalty.
The celebration on the field came in the moments after LSU crashed Georgia, 36-16, on Saturday – a big step forward for the program in coach Ed Orgeron's second full season as head coach.
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The fifth-placed Tigers, who jumped to a 16 -0 lead at halftime , has jumped for seven positions in the Amway Coaches Poll and will compete against Mississippi on Saturday.
According to the press release, the LSU will be punished for storming the field – like all fines for violating these policies – go to the conference's scholarship fund.