Big Ten seems tired of hearing back and forth between Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio…
Big Ten seems tired of hearing back and forth between Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio after last weekend’s pregame dustup on the field at Spartan Stadium. The conference announced a series of public remarks and a fine of $ 10,000 for the Michigan State. The release of Big Ten says the Michigan state violated the Big Ten Sportsmanhood Policy when “his football team crossed the field with linked arms and began contacting several members of Michigan teams legitimately found on the field during pregame warmups.” [1
9659002] The conference also pointed out Dantonio to “fail to take action to mitigate a foreseeable conflict,” Jim Harbaugh for “commentary about the event and the opponent” and Michigan linebacker Devin Bush to tear up the lawn with his clamps.
Following the game, a 21-7 Michigan victory, told Harbaugh for the media as” and Dantonio responded to their comments by calling them “BS.” Harbaugh then doubled on his comments on Monday and also said he liked how guys were doing it.
Both school athletic board members also issued statements about the event.
If this is not clear, Michigan and Michigan State are not friendly.