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Mark Dantonio Retires as Head Coach of Michigan State

After 13 seasons at the helm of Michigan State, head football coach Mark Dantonio has decided to step down. He released a statement on social media on Tuesday.

Dantonio spent 16 seasons as a head coach, including three years with the Cincinnati Bearcats before spending the rest of his time at Michigan State. He posted a 132-74 record in his career.

In his 13 seasons at Michigan State, he reached a bowl game 11 times, winning six of them. From 2013-2015, Dantonio and the Spartans lost just five total games. They made the College Football Playoff in 2015. Over the last two seasons, Michigan State finished 7-6.

The school hasn’t announced who the future replacement is at this time. Dantonio will have a new position for work in the Michigan State Athletic Department.


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