Spartan player could be suspended for personal fouls in Michigan game

Michigan State University and the Big Ten are reviewing several questionable incidents by Spartan William Gholston during Saturday's football game against the University of Michigan.

In the 28-14 Sparty victory, Gholston jumped onto a pile late, and then proceeded to twist Denard Robinson's head. Later in the game, Gholston was also caught on camera punching a U of M lineman.

The conference and school are determining whether the sophomore will be suspended for the potentially dangerous incidents.

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