During yesterday’s fantastic Ohio State-Michigan game, fans had to witness a couple of ugly scenes. Early in the game, tempers flared and a fight broke out on the field between the teams, which ultimately resulted in three player ejections. One of the three players ejected was Marcus Hall of OSU, and he made things worse afterward, when he flipped the Michigan crowd double birds as he was exiting the stadium.
Today, Hall has taken to Twitter to apologize for his actions:
I would like to apologize to The Ohio State University, The University of Michigan, my teammates, my …(Cont http://t.co/I8bQ3D1CwB)
— marcus hall (@bigmarc79) December 1, 2013
It’s good to see Hall apologize, because his actions were beyond embarrassing. Urban Meyer said today that Hall won’t be suspended or held out of the Big Ten Championship Game next week:
Meyer confirms that he will not suspended Marcus Hall or Dontre Wilson for the Big Ten Championship Game.
— Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) December 1, 2013
It’s probably just best for everyone to put the incidents behind them.