It’s been more than a week since Michigan State beat rivals Michigan at Spartan Stadium, but people are still talking about the big game- including Jim Harbaugh.
The Michigan head coach said Monday (Nov. 8) that the Big Ten, reportedly, admitted officials made a mistake when they overturned Aidan Hutchinson’s fumble recovery touchdown against the Spartans during the Oct. 30 game.
During the play, Michigan’s David Ojabo sacked Michigan State’s Payton Thorne, causing a fumble. Hutchinson recovered the fumble in the end zone, and the play was first ruled as a touchdown. After reviewing the play, officials overturned it, and Michigan State kept possession of the ball.
“The film doesn’t lie,” Harbaugh said during a press conference. Do you agree?
The Big Ten told Jim Harbaugh they made a mistake on the Aidan Hutchinson overturned TD vs. MSU.— Brad Galli (@BradGalli) November 8, 2021
“The film doesn’t lie,” Harbaugh said. He said they admitted making mistakes on multiple calls. pic.twitter.com/qv3WUWXzNw