A clarification for those who may have been wondering. The Big Ten does not require a player who has been ejected from a game to serve a suspension in the following game, according to Big Ten spokesman Scott Chipman. The conference reserves the right to dole out punishment for on-field conduct, but it is not automatic.
Tight end Ted Bolser was ejected from Saturday’s game when an official said he threw a punch in the pile when Michigan State fumbled a punt. Bolser said on his Twitter account Monday that he has been cleared to play in this coming Saturday’s game against Ohio State.
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