Big Ten says MSU player wasn't gouging foe's eyes

Updated: October 4, 2012, 4:37 PM ET
Associated Press

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- The Big Ten has determined that a Michigan State player did not violate the conference's conduct policy after Ohio State sent in film that appeared to show him trying to gouge the eyes of a Buckeyes player.

In a statement, Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis said the Big Ten determined that MSU offensive lineman Jack Allen didn't violate the conference's sportsmanlike conduct policy.

A video Ohio State sent to the Big Ten appeared to show Allen trying ...

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