Michigan football was chafed by Michigan State defensive end Jacub Panasiuk's late hit against quarterback Shea Patterson on Saturday. 

Two days after the Wolverines' 44-10 win over the Spartans, left tackle Jon Runyan Jr. and tight end Sean McKeon called Panasiuk a "dirty player."

"I always knew that No. 96, kind of a dirty player, him and his brother (Mike)," Runyan said Monday afternoon. "I really don’t care too much for them. I made clear that, you can go back and watch film, have a play where I cleaned up 96, take him 20 yards down the field. Not really a big fan of him.

"I don’t want to really talk trash about him, but I don’t really like that guy and don’t like how he plays the game of football. That was disgusting what he did. Completely unnecessary. You can tell he’s frustrated because he couldn’t do anything against me or Jalen (Mayfield) all game, so he had to come up with a different way to affect the game and ended up taking himself out. Not much to say.”