The Big Ten Conference has fined Michigan State $100,000 and cornerback Kahry Crump has been suspended for the first eight games of the 2023 season as a result of the brawl that took place between Michigan State and Michigan players on Oct. 29 following the Wolverines 29-7 win in Ann Arbor. Multiple Spartans players were seen punching, kicking and using a helmet to attack Michigan players in the tunnel after the Spartans and Wolverines left the field following the game, which violates the conference's sportsmanship policy. 

Michigan State has been issued a public reprimand for violating the conference's football game management manual.

"The Big Ten Conference has a standard of excellence both academically and athletically that has been built over 127 years," stated Big Ten Conference Commissioner Kevin Warren.