Jim Harbaugh Expects Criminal Charges On Michigan State Players Who Jumped Michigan Player In Tunnel After Game

Following Michigan’s 29-7 victory over Michigan State last Saturday, videos surfaced on social media showing multiple Michigan State players jumping a Michigan player, Ja’Den McBurrows, in the tunnel.

On Monday, Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh called the incident “traumatic” and said an “apology isn’t enough.” Harbaugh went on to say that he expects criminal charges to be filed against the Spartan players.

“Right now we have an ongoing police investigation, what happened in the tunnel was egregious, sickening to watch,” Harbaugh said Monday afternoon. “The videos, the ones that are on social media right now and also the ABC tunnel cam is in a higher elevation that shows much more of what took place.

MSU indefinitely suspended four players identified in the incident: Tank Brown, Khary Crump, Angelo Grose and Zion Young.