Last year, there was a terrible incident that kicked off after a game between the Michigan State Spartans and Michigan Wolverines. After the game, Michigan defensive backs Gemon Green and Ja’Den McBurrows were assaulted in the tunnel leading up to Michigan’s locker room.
The incident, which occurred Oct. 29 after the Wolverines’ 29-7 victory, happened in the Michigan Stadium tunnel that both teams share as a route to their locker rooms.
Michigan State defensive back Khary Crump has officially been sentenced for his role as he will be given a full year of probation and will also have to do 80 hours of community service.
Crump was seen on camera swinging his helmet at Michigan cornerback Gemon Green. Things could’ve been worse for him as he was originally charged with felonious assault with a deadly weapon but that was dropped down to two misdemeanor chargers, which he plead guilty to.
Michigan State had already suspended as many as eight players for their roles in the incident. Crump will also miss at least the next eight games for the program.
In the meantime, six other players on the team will face charges stemming from that incident.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.