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Wednesday January 27, 2010

When you see the headline “USC Fined For Policy Violation,” it has to be something pretty bad, right? At least a violation of the Kiffin Rule or something.

Nope – the Gamecocks will be fined $25,000 for beating the #1 team in the nation and responding like anyone would:

The Southeastern Conference announced today that the University of South Carolina will be fined $25,000 for its second violation of the league’s access to competition area policy.

Maybe South Carolina should stop beating Kentucky so much.

The $25,000 fine is a result of a second offense of the policy. South Carolina’s first offense occurred on Feb. 15, 2005 when fans entered the competition area following the Gamecocks’ 73-61 win over Kentucky.

I know that Georgia fans (those not auditioning for a role in a PBJ sandwich anyway) stayed put after a win over #8 Tennessee last weekend, but if #1 ever goes down in Stegeman, it will be worth every penny.

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