EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan State says concerns over incomplete game video provided by Ohio State were “addressed immediately” when the schools’ athletic directors discussed the situation.
Big Ten teams exchange video before playing each other. A Michigan State spokesman says the Spartans’ staff notified athletic director Mark Hollis about “incomplete video” from Ohio State, but when Hollis talked to Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith about the issue, it was dealt with.
The 14th-ranked Buckeyes beat the 20th-ranked Spartans 17-16 on Saturday. It was new Ohio State coach Urban Meyer’s first Big Ten game since taking over.
The Detroit Free Press first reported on the controversy.