ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan State sophomore Jalen Watts-Jackson was taken to a hospital in Ann Arbor to treat a hip injury after he returned a botched punt 38 yards on the final play of a 27-23 win over Michigan.
A Michigan State official said Watts-Jackson dislocated his hip after diving into the end zone for the game-winning score but that it popped back into place.
Several players piled on top of the sophomore safety while celebrating the victory. Michigan State officials confirmed to ESPN.com that the injury occurred during the dogpile celebration.
The score was the first touchdown of Watts-Jackson's career. He has played exclusively on special teams this season.
ESPN's Tom Rinaldi contributed to this report.