Riley Bullough's night is over just 11 minutes into Michigan State's game at Maryland.
In that short time, the Spartan linebacker racked up three personal foul calls, including a targeting penalty which got him ejected from the game. It was a pretty clear helmet-to-helmet hit.
Bullough has been out with a shoulder injury for much of the season, so you would think that playing time would be at a premium. Instead, he played a pretty reckless 11 minutes before getting tossed. The other two penalties were for roughing the passer, and a hit out of bounds on a Maryland receiver who was clearly off of the field.
Michigan State is looking to get off of the schneid after falling to 2-4 with a four-game losing streak, but the Spartans are struggling in College Park. They trail the Terrapins 14-7 mid-way through the second quarter, and will be without Bullough, a crucial fifth-year senior linebacker, for the duration of the contest.