South Carolina, Vanderbilt fined by SEC after home upsets play Spencer Rattler shines with 6 TDs in SC's upset win over Tennessee (1:52) Spencer Rattler slings six touchdown passes as South Carolina completes the upset victory over Tennessee. (1:52) 10:37 PM ET Associated Press BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- South Carolina and Vanderbilt were fined by the Southeastern Conference on Sunday, a day after schools' fans rushed the field to celebrate football victories. The SEC docked Vanderbilt $250,000 for the school's third violation of the league's access to competition area rules. Editor's Picks 2 Related The Commodores won their second straight league game and broke an eight-game series losing streak with a 31-24 win over Florida on Saturday. The SEC said it was Vanderbilt's third violation. The last one came in 2016, at a men's basketball win over Kentucky in February 2016. South Carolina was fined $100,000 after its fans filled the field following a 63-38 win over then-fifth-ranked Tennessee on Saturday night. The SEC said South Carolina was last fined in 2014, after its men's basketball team topped Kentucky. The collected fines go into the SEC Post-Graduate Scholarship Fund.