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.
How many games will IU basketball win in 2014-15
Total Voters: 324
if I lived within 200 miles of a game I'd go check them out... Oh, wai [...]
This team is so much fun to watch, 6 players in double figures again, [...]
Custer at Little Bighorn comes to mind :( [...]
Well, a couple positives, though small steps for IU fb program. [...]
Uh HH. Degree of hypocrisy in #12? What is the difference between qu [...]
AD Wilson not only neutralized the SI article stating IU would fire Co [...]
Mike ..Why play the game against Ohio State,when all that matters is t [...]