Michigan State Football Coach Mark Dantonio speaks to the media on Saturday, September 14, 2019, following a 7/10 defeat of the State of Arizona in East Lansing.
Chris Solari, Detroit Free Press
It turned out that football in Michigan still had a chance on Saturday against Arizona State On late Sunday night, the referee crew announced that at the end of their 10: 7 victory at Spartan Stadium, they had wrongly missed a penalty against the Sun Devils, which would have cost the Spartans a loss of time after Matt Coghlin's 47-yard miss] Matt Coghlin (4) from the US Michigan state reacts after missing a field goal and has run out of time on Saturday, September 14, 2019, in East Lansing. The Spartans lost with 10: 7 against the US state of Arizona. "width =" 540 "data-mycapture-src =" https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/09/15/PDTF/3090f613-e333-47a3-bd20-e9d3923bbbd9-efef7471-0331-486f -9094-53c345d3946a-1909014_msu_asu_229a.jpg "data-mycapture-sm-src =" https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/09/15/PDTF/3090f613-e333-47a3-bd20-e9d3923bbbd9- efef7471-0331-486f-9094-53c345d3946a-1909014_msu_asu_229a.jpg? width = 500 & height = 333 "/>
Matt Coghlin (4) from the US state of Michigan responded on Saturday, September 14, 2019, in The Spartans lost to Arizona State, 10-7. (Photo: Nick King, Lansing State Journal)
The statement of the conference states:
"With a remaining time of 0:11 in the fourth quarter and the ball on the 24-yard line of the US state of Arizona, the state of Michigan tried a field goal that was good, but suspended because of a penalty for illegal substitution for 12 players on the field became.  More about MSU: What we've learned in brutal defeats, what we did against Northwestern
"After the five-yard penalty was established, the ball hit the 29th Yard line, the state of Michigan again tried to score a field goal. However, there should have been a foul called for jumping. An Arizona defensive player made a run and jumped over the line of the kicking team to block the kick. He jumped into the body of an opponent. The penalty would have been 15 yards from the previous spot and an automatic first descent.
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"In this case, half the distance to the gate would have been mastered, and the state of Michigan would have an untimed time receive. "
Coach Mark Dantonio said on Sunday evening that the MSU is" in the process of submitting a complaint about this and other games.
"They will not come back and change the score of the game," said Dantonio. "But there is a process to go through these things, I will allow this process to take its course."
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