Van Ginkel’s Hit wasn’t Dirty

So there has been a lot of chirping from idiotic Michigan fans who are calling for Andrew Van Ginkel to be suspended for his hit on Brandon Peters, in Michigans loss to Wisconsin. There is absolutely no chance of there being any kind of punishment for his hit, and there shouldn’t be.

While it may have been a bit unnecessary for Van Ginkel to drive Peters into the ground, it was still a football play and not against the rules. The hit wasn’t late, it was actually right after Peters got rid of the ball, and I don’t believe there was malicious intent to the hit.

So while Michigan fans might be upset about the hit, there wasn’t anything dirty about it, it was just a routine hit that a player happened to get hurt on.

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