Penn State head coach James Franklin thinks the University of Michigan has a big problem and it has nothing to do with the team's play.
Following a close first half between Penn State and Michigan this past Saturday, Franklin witnessed a confrontation between players from the two schools on the way to the locker room.
The incident, according to Franklin, was due to the one-tunnel setup at "The Big House."
"James Franklin said Michigan's one tunnel is a problem: 'We need to put a policy in place to stop this'," Franklin said, according to Penn State journalist Spencer Ripchik.
While the halftime score was closer than the box score suggested, perhaps leading to the added tension, Michigan pulled away in the second half and defeated the Nittany Lions 41-17.
Michigan rushed for over 400 yards and had two tailbacks eclipse the 160-yard mark on the afternoon.
The Big Ten has yet to make an official statement on the incident, but Penn State's James Franklin is hopeful the conference will step in and take action.
The Wolverines have a bye this week before taking on rival Michigan State, while Penn State will look to bounce back from their first loss this season Saturday against Minnesota.