CHICAGO – NOVEMBER 18: A general view as the Northwestern Wildcats practice for a game against the Illinois Fighting Illini on Saturday November 20 at Wrigley Field on November 18, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)A Big Ten football program is reportedly no longer allowed to recruit at a Michigan high school. And, no, it’s not Ohio State.Northwestern had been forbidden from stepping foot inside the facilities at Mona Shores in Michigan after allegedly pulling a scholarship offer from an injured player.Damari Roberson, a 2018 athlete, allegedly had his scholarship offer pulled by the Wildcats after coaches at Northwestern learned that he tore his ACL.From MLive.com:“He wanted to commit to Northwestern, however he wanted to be up front with the coach. He said, ‘Coach, I want to commit, but I’ve got to be honest with you, I tore my ACL again,’” Koziak shared about the exchange between Roberson and Northwestern receivers coach Dennis Springer.“And Northwestern was like, ‘We can’t take your commitment.’ So I’m texting the coaches and I said, ‘What if he would have committed to you guys before he tore his ACL – would you have honored his commitment?’ (They responded) ‘Absolutely, 100 percent, if he would have committed (before telling them about the ACL injury).’“And so I said, ‘So he should have lied to you. He should have said, “Hey, I want to commit,” because you didn’t know he tore his ACL and then maybe two weeks from now say he tore it.’”The school’s head coach is now saying that Northwestern is no longer allowed to recruit his players.“Northwestern is no longer allowed in our building. They’re not allowed, at least to me, to recruit our kids. They are no longer welcome in our building,” he said.Northwestern’s 2019 football class is ranked the No. 38 class in the country, No. 9 in the Big Ten.