It appears that at least one politician in Missouri is out to make sure that the Tigers players can’t go on strike again for a social issue without facing severe consequences.

Missouri state representative Rick Brattin has introduced a bill that would penalize football players from going on strike and make it possible to fine any coach who supports such players.

The bill, reportedly a direct response to the Missouri player strike earlier this year regarding social justice for African-American students — as well as Gary Pinkel’s support of the players —┬ástates:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any college athlete who calls, incites, supports, or participates in any strike or concerted refusal to play a scheduled game shall have his or her scholarship revoked.

2. Any member of a coaching staff who encourages or enables a college athlete to engage in behavior prohibited under subsection 1 of this section shall be fined by his or her institution of employment.

Already there have been strong reactions to the bill from the Missouri media and Tigers players current and former.

The bill is proposed to go into law on Aug. 28, 2016, just in time for the Missouri football season.