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Ohio State's Marcus Hall will not start against Michigan State in Big Ten Title Game

Nov 30, 2013; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer enters the stadium prior to the game against the Michigan Wolverines at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Last week’s match up between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Michigan Wolverines had about everything you’d want in a college football game. It went right down to the final seconds, with Michigan narrowly missing a two-point conversion, which would have knocked the Buckeyes from the ranks of the unbeatens.

It also had a little bit of bad blood spewing on the field when the teams got into a scuffle in the first half.

Because of the scuffle, Ohio State offensive lineman Marcus Hall was ejected from the game. Well, as he was leaving the field, clearly still a bit riled up, Hall decided to give the rival Michigan fans in attendance a salute on his way out:

 

There was a lot of controversy this week about this. Not so much about the incident itself, rather head coach Urban Meyer announcing that Hall would not be suspended for the Big Ten Championship Game this Saturday against Michigan State.

On Friday, Meyer changed his tune, but just a tad.

The head coach announced that he was very disappointed in Hall’s actions and that he will not start the game when it kicks off.

 

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