Michigan Live reports:
Michigan State is apologizing after an image of Adolf Hitler appeared on a Spartan Stadium video board Saturday night prior to its game against Michigan. Multiple images circulating on social media on Saturday show an image of the Nazi leader’s face on the stadium’s largest scoreboard, alongside a trivia question answer about his birthplace.
Michigan State said the scoreboard content came from a third-party source. The school will no longer use that source and will update its screening procedures. Michigan State regularly shows rotating trivia questions on its stadium video boards prior to the game.
Read the full article. Michigan State lost to Michigan 49-0.
Michigan State has issued an apology after asking a trivia question about Hitler’s birth country at its game tonight:
“MSU will not be using the third-party source going forward and will implement stronger screening and approval procedures” pic.twitter.com/JYUJfYoM0U
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) October 22, 2023
Michigan State apologizes for pregame video trivia that included a question about Hitler’s home country and an image, says it was a third-party source.
“MSU will not be using the third-party source going forward and will implement stronger screening and approval procedures” pic.twitter.com/a3miqFkr71
— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) October 22, 2023