The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel did approve harsher penalties for fielding players who were supposed to be suspended for red cards or yellow-card accumulation.
"If a player, assistant coach or other bench personnel competes in a game from which the participant should have been suspended (red card, yellow-card accumulation), that participant’s suspension will be doubled, and the head coach will serve a suspension double that of the participant. For example, if a player received a red card, which is a one-game suspension, and did not properly serve the punishment, the player would be penalized with a two-game suspension, and the head coach would serve a four-game suspension.
Other approved rule changes:
• Allowing bands, musical instruments and artificial noisemakers while the ball is in play.
• Adding violent conduct to the list of items for which officials will be allowed to use video review.