Michigan State suffered an upset loss Tuesday after blowing a second-half lead in brutal fashion. After the loss, the Spartans made an unusual call in regards to media availability.

According to Matt Charboneau with The Detroit News and Chris Solari with The Detroit Free Press, Michigan State did not make any players available to the media after Tuesday’s loss in Happy Valley. It is a particularly odd decision after an especially disappointing loss.

To this point, no reason has been given for the change in protocol. It will be interesting to see if head coach Tom Izzo addresses the decision in the coming days.

After building a double-digit lead in the second half, the Spartans watched the Nittany Lions mount a comeback fueled by an 11-0 run. Michigan State is now 4-5 in its last 9 games with 3 losses to unranked opponents.