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SEC passes tougher fines for fans storming

SEC commissioner Mike Slive announced Friday at the conference's spring meetings that its schools will be subject to more punitive fines for court storming.

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Storm warning: Fines rise for celebration

SEC commissioner Mike Slive announced Friday at the conference's spring meetings that its schools will be subject to larger fines for fans storming the court or field, reaching up to $250,000. 'Sending a message'

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