Ahead of Saturday’s rivalry contest between Michigan and Michigan State, Wolverines linebacker Devin Bush was involved in a confrontation with a number of Spartans players. Bush later scuffed his cleats on Michigan State’s midfield logo – setting the tone for the day.On Michigan State’s first offensive play from scrimmage, oddly enough, Bush was injured. He returned to the game quickly, but many found it interesting that the man in the pregame scuffle wound up getting hurt so quickly.Jay Morrison, of The Athletic, posted a regrettable tweet about the situation. He dropped the word “karma” on Twitter, which set people off.Many are calling for him to delete the tweet. So far, he’s left it up.Devin Bush. Karma. Defacing the other team’s logo is never a good idea.— Jay Morrison (@JayMorrisonATH) October 20, 2018hey man, maybe don’t use a person’s potential injury to make some kind of point.— Mike Taddow (@taddmike) October 20, 2018Michigan and Michigan State are currently in a weather delay caused by lightning. There is no official restart time just yet.Michigan, with just one loss on the season, is looking to keep its College Football Playoff hopes alive with a win. Michigan State is looking to knock off its main rival for the 10th time in 13 years.