The SEC fines schools when fans storm the field or court after notable wins, but it is reportedly considering a more drastic approach to discourage students from doing so in the future.

Pat Forde of Sports Illustrated reported the SEC is considering a proposal that would strip a school of its next home game against the same opponent it just played if the fans storm the field. If such a rule was already in place, Tennessee would lose its home football game against Alabama in 2024 because its fans stormed the field after its 2022 win.

Forde noted another proposal calls for the school to forfeit the game if its fans storm the field, but that one "is unlikely to gain much traction."

Tennessee's 52-49 victory over Alabama was one of the most memorable results of the entire 2022 season and not just because of the excellent game on the field.