EAST LANSING, MI – NOVEMBER 10: Head coach Mark Dantonio of the Michigan State Spartans looks on while playing the Ohio State Buckeyesat Spartan Stadium on November 10, 2018 in East Lansing, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)Arizona State just came away with one of the biggest upsets of the day against Michigan State. But apparently on the game’s last play, there should’ve been a penalty called against the Sun Devils. It could’ve change the outcome.The Spartans put together a nice drive with under a minute remaining in the game and down, 10-7. After getting into field goal range and with the clock winding down, the offense spiked the ball. As a result, the field goal unit came out on the field to attempt a tying field goal.The kicker drilled it, but a penalty was called on MSU for 12 men being on the field. On the re-kick, the kicker missed badly and the Sun Devils pulled off the 10-7 upset.But after further review, ASU should’ve been called for a penalty on the re-kick. An Arizona State defender leaped over a Michigan State blocker to try and block the kick. Doing so is now a penalty by rule. Turns out Michigan State should’ve had a 3rd try at the game-tying field [email protected] explains ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/0G7x9vEqoN— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 15, 2019Mark Dantonio wasn’t happy.“They need to take a good hard look at the officiating. That’s all I’ll say about that,” he said.Mark Dantonio said Arizona State should have been flagged on the last field-goal attempt for hurdling over the snapper.“They need to take a good hard look at the officiating. That’s all I’ll say about that.”— Nate Atkins (@NateAtkins_) September 15, 2019Unfortunately for the Spartans, it’s too late now and a loss is in the books. This is the second year in a row the Spartans have lost to Arizona State. It’s also their third straight loss to a Pac-12 opponent (lost to Oregon in 2018 Redbox Bowl).If you’re an MSU player or fan, this loss will certainly sting for a while.