PARK RIDGE, Ill. (AP) -Michigan linebacker Jonas Mouton was suspended by the Big Ten Conference for one game for punching a Notre Dame player during last week's game.
Video of the incident during Saturday's 38-34 Wolverines victory in Ann Arbor, Mich., spread on the Internet. Mouton appears to punch lineman Eric Olsen under the chin as they get up from the turf following a play midway through the second quarter.
On Friday, Big Ten commissioner James Delaney called the punch ``unacceptable.''
Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez said he never saw the punch and planned no discipline against Mouton. The Big Ten said the school accepted the suspension.
No. 25 Michigan (2-0) plays Eastern Michigan (0-2) at home on Saturday.

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