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Michigan State Football: 50,000 Fans at the Spring Game

Michigan State head football coach Mark Dantonio has one request from his fans this year: bring 50,000 fans to the spring game. After all that Dantonio has done for this program and the amount of success that he has had, I do not foresee an issue with the Spartan Nation showing up in the masses on April 25th at 2:00 pm. “I think we need 50,000 at the game, if we want to show the...
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Mark Dantonio has high hopes for Spartans spring game

While the college sports world as a whole is a passionate one, it is widely recognized that each individual sports has its own swagger and identity. In turn, the crowd atmostphere at the different sporting events tend to have their own vibe and level of intensity. To Mark Dantonio, however, the intensity levels at the different sporting events should be interchangeable. In talking...
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Mark Dantonio addresses statue vandalization

No matter what the time of year is college sports rivalries never rest, and early Thursday morning, the Michigan Wolverines reportedly vandalized their cross-state rivals golden Spartan statue. The alleged Wolverine fan felt it was necessary to cover the statue with their maize and blue creating quite the ruckus amongst Michigan State Spartans fans. Today, head football coach Mark...
Via Campus Sports Net
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Dantonio Comments On Michigan State’s Vandalized Spartan Statue

Early Thursday morning, Michigan State’s bronze Spartan statue was vandalized. It was spray painted maize and blue – obviously the work of a Michigan fan.  The Wolverines have struggled mightily against the Spartans on the gridiron in recent seasons, losing six of their past seven games against their in-state rival. So it makes sense that a disgruntled Michigan fan would take...
Via College Spun
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Most Underrated Coach in the Big Ten?

Brian Bennett from the Big Ten Blog on, wrote an article about Underrated Coaches in the Big Ten. Among the 5 coaches mentioned, he highlights MSU QB Connor Cook Coach Mark Staten for Michigan State. Coach Staten is credited with developing the “best offensive lines in school history the past couple of seasons, and could be the best in the Big Ten this year with potential...
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Michigan State Football: Duckett gives back with Battlefield Brawl

TJ Duckett Gives back with the Battlefield Brawl Mike Sterner is an MSU writer for the Michigan-based sports website His opinions do not necessarily reflect those of the Detroit Free Press nor its writers. Read isportsweb’s column every Monday here and follow Mike on Twitter @Sparty_Mike. Cancer is a treacherous disease. We have all been impacted by this illness...
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Michigan State Football Recruiting: Darrell Stewart Film Breakdown

As we continue our weekly film breakdown for the 2015 recruiting class for Michigan State Football. This week K’ylon and I take a look a look at the film of Darrell Stewart Jr. Signing Day Announcement Darrell Stewart. Darrell is a 3-star Athlete out of Houston, Texas and is the 3rd recruit out of the talent rich state. Darrell played multiple positions in high school, quarterback...
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Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio Not Thrilled With Jim Harbaugh Question At Cotton Bowl Presser

As we found out earlier this year, Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio isn’t a huge fan of Michigan’s program. So it should come as no surprise that during his team’s press conference ahead of its Cotton Bowl contest against Baylor, he wasn’t thrilled to be asked about the Wolverines’ new head coach Jim Harbaugh. He also reportedly told his team not to talk about Michigan...
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December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: An Upset Mark Dantonio Goes Off About “Little Brother Stuff”

Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio’s Spartans were dominant today in their performance against rival Michigan, but after the game, he MSU headman was not all smiles. In his post-game press conference, Dantonio explained why his team scored in the final minute despite holding a 17-point lead and went on a rant about all of the “little brother stuff” that Michigan has been...
Via College Spun
October 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio’s “Michiganian Of The Year” Plaque

Mark Dantonio has had it pretty good over the last 12 months. The Michigan State coach led the Spartans to an 11-1 regular season, a Big Ten championship game victory against Ohio State, and a Rose Bowl win against Stanford.  Recently, Dantonio was named a “Michiganian of the Year” by the Detroit News. Here’s a photo of the plaque he received:
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June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

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