The Big Ten Conference announced Wednesday evening that it fined Michigan State University $10,000 for Saturday’s pre-game incident. The conference reprimanded MSU head coach Mark Dantonio, U-M linebacker Devin Bush and head coach Jim Harbaugh.
The Big Ten has handed down discipline to Michigan and Michigan State for Saturday’s pregame activities. MSU fined $10,000 for its players initiating contact with Michigan players who were on the field during the permitted warmup period. pic.twitter.com/8ufm0gZeF5
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Dantonio was reprimanded for not doing enough to prevent the situation, while Harbaugh was for his comments to the media and Bush for his destruction of the Spartan logo at midfield.
The Big Ten ended the release declaring the matter concluded. Michigan won Saturday’s contest 21-7.
U-M is on a bye week; Michigan State hosts Purdue on Saturday.