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Michigan State pulls offer from recruit who visited Ohio State

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Gavin Cupp, a three-star offensive lineman in the 2016 class, made a costly visit to Ohio State’s Friday Night Lights event, it appears.

According to a report by Scout.com, Michigan State Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio decided to pull Cupp’s scholarship when he learned the player attended the event. Cupp had previously committed to the Spartans, but will now need to find a new home.

Schools are allowed to pull their scholarships for anything they feel fit, but this seems like a bit too harsh.

Regardless, it happened and now there is a 6-foot-4, 270-pound offensive tackle who is available to be signed. Perhaps Ohio State can extend an offer?

After all, Cupp is from Leipsic, Ohio, so he probably wouldn’t mind staying in state.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA TODAY Sports

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