Maryland place kicker Brad Craddock, right, celebrates with Stefon Diggs (1) and Yannick Ngakoue (7) after kicking a 43-yard, game-winning field goal with 51 seconds left in the second half of an NCAA college football game against Penn State in State Coll
Gene J. Puskar
November 03, 2014

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs has received a one-game suspension from the Big Ten for his part in an altercation before Saturday's game at Penn State.

Diggs and several Maryland players got into a scuffle with the Nittany Lions, and Diggs made contact with a referee who was trying to separate the players.

The league deemed that Diggs violated the Big Ten Sportsmanship Policy. His one-game suspension will come on Nov. 15, against Michigan State.

Diggs has a team-high 52 catches for 654 yards.

The Big Ten also determined that coach Randy Edsall failed to control his team, and fined Maryland $10,000 for the violation.

In a statement, Edsall said: ''I accept the penalties handed down by the Big Ten Conference and take full responsibility of our actions.''

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