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Ohio State has revised compliance department

Associated Press Published: October 3, 2012
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The teams have played six times in Columbus, most recently in 1973 when the Buckeyes won 37-3. Ohio State has a 4-1-1 lead in a series that began in 1937, a year before the Horned Frogs won their last national championship.

Despite the time that will have passed, you think TCU will remember Gee's putdown in six years? Here's a guess: Yes.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Ohio State is upset at Michigan State after a video that purports to show a Spartans OL trying to get his hands inside the facemask to gouge the eyes of DL Johnathan Hankins. And Michigan State is hot at Ohio State for providing "incomplete" game tape prior to their meeting last Saturday.

Spartans D coordinator Pat Narduzzi told the Detroit Free Press that Ohio State had deleted pre-snap motions and shifts before plays on video of its first four games. Narduzzi indicated that the Spartans complained to the league, though Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis said he and Gene Smith, his counterpart in Columbus, had settled the issue.

Meyer wasn't in the mood to revisit the matter during the league's weekly coach's teleconference.

"I've moved on," Meyer said.

MSU head coach Mark Dantonio didn't want to talk about it, either.

The Spartans, a preseason favorite to represent the Leaders division in the Big Ten title game for the second straight season, lost their second home game in three tries when the Buckeyes slipped past them 17-16.

"What happened on the game field on Saturday translated into winning or losing, and that's where I'm going to leave that," Dantonio said.

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