We have more controversy in East Lansing.

It looked like Michigan linebacker David Ojabo strip-sacked Michigan State quarterback Payton Thorne and Aidan Hutchinson recovered it in the end zone for a huge touchdown. But upon replay review, the referees decided Thorne’s shin was down before the ball came out — wiping out the touchdown to keep the Wolverines’ lead at 20-14.

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It’s the second time Michigan State caught a break on a review. Earlier, Kenneth Walker III came dangerously close to fumbling at the goal line, which would’ve been a touchback since it was knocked out of bounds. The call stood, and Michigan State got on the scoreboard.

There was plenty of hype surrounding Michigan-Michigan State. It’s sure living up to the hype. Michigan leads 23-14 at halftime on FOX.

You won’t want to miss the second half.