Michigan State Makes Final Decision On Mark Dantonio
Michigan State has made a final decision on Mark Dantonio.
Dantonio, 63, has been the Spartans’ head coach for the past 12 years. Over the course of his time at the school he has won 111 games and led Michigan State to a 13-1 record in 2013.
Unfortunately, college football is something of a “what have you done for me lately?” type business, and lately, Dantonio’s results have not been great.
So far this season Michigan State has already lost to Arizona State, Ohio State, Penn State and Wisconsin. With a game against Michigan still on the agenda, it is very possible that the Spartans will finish the year with five losses.
As such, naturally some began to wonder whether Dantonio’s job was safe.
This week, Michigan AD Bill Beekman decided to put all the speculation to rest.
“That is not even a discussion,” Beekman c the Lansing State Journal.
“Mark’s our head coach, there’s no question about that.”
Dantonio has certainly earned an ‘off’ season after everything he has done for the program. That said, if Michigan State struggles again next year – all bets are off.
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