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Yes, the SEC will have no vuvuzelas

Written by Juan Cena on Saturday, June 26 2010 and posted in SWRT
At first it looked like that the SEC would allow vuvuzelas into SEC events. Now, the conference is stating the World Cup noise maker is not welcome. The SEC has made it clear that only "traditional" noisemakers that are tied into a school's history would be permitted (i.e. cowbells at Mississippi State).


"Our policy allows for ‘traditional' artificial noisemakers to be allowed in stadiums and played during specific times. Other forms of artificial noisemakers are not allowed. I do not believe a vuvuzela is tied traditionally into one of our institutions." ...
"Vuvuzelas cannot be brought into the game per policy. Cowbells, since it is traditionally tied into one of our schools, can be brought in at that school."
So SEC fans are saved from that infernal buzzing. They'll just have to go back to adult beverages for that.

(via SB Nation)


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At first it looked like that the SEC would allow vuvuzelas into SEC events. Now, the conference is stating the World Cup noise maker is not welcome. The SEC has made it clear that only "traditional" noisemakers that are tied into a school's history would be permitted (i.e. cowbells at Mississippi State).


"Our policy allows for ‘traditional' artificial noisemakers to be allowed in stadiums and played during specific times. Other forms of artificial noisemakers are not allowed. I do not believe a vuvuzela is tied traditionally into one of our institutions." ...
"Vuvuzelas cannot be brought into the game per policy. Cowbells, since it is traditionally tied into one of our schools, can be brought in at that school."
So SEC fans are saved from that infernal buzzing. They'll just have to go back to adult beverages for that.

(via SB Nation)



Posted originally: 2010-06-26 12:54:00
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