- ONLINE X's & O's
- COACHING VIDEOS
- HOT PRODUCTS
Bell Tolls for Mississippi State© July 2002
Southeastern Conference visiting teams tired of hearing the cowbells ringing at Mississippi State’s Scott Field can thank the SEC presidents if the bells are silent this fall.
Conference presidents voted 11-1 to penalize the home team if fans use artificial noisemakers during games. Under the rule, the home school would be given a warning the first time, then penalized five yards for the second infraction and 15 yards for each additional infraction.
The dissenting vote was cast by Mississippi State interim president Charles Lee, which makes sense because the rule was aimed directly at his school. The SEC already has a rule banning noisemakers in ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
||SUBSCRIBE||ONLINE COLUMNISTS||COACHING VIDEOS|
Copyright 2017, AmericanFootballMonthly.com
All Rights Reserved