VIDEO: Potential Michigan State eye gouge prompts Ohio State complaint

Well, it didn't take long for Ohio St. to fire back at Michigan St. with a complaint of their own, following allegations that Urban Meyer's team handed over game film late and, on top of that, doctored it beforehand. Now, the Buckeyes have turned in a video to the Big Ten in which a Michigan St. player appears to gouge the eyes of an Ohio St. player, according to the Detroit Free Press.

In the video, which the Detroit Free Press included in their report, you can see Spartans offensive lineman Jack Allen put his fingers into Ohio St. defensive lineman Johnathan Hankins' facemask. Of course, this occurred after Hankins had Allen by the facemask, so everything that happens is a little unclear at this point.

We've got the video embed below, though it looks as though it's some kind of low quality camera pointed at some kind of low quality TV. Hankins is the player on the bottom of the pile.

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