EAST LANSING, Mich. – Michigan State’s annual Green-White spring game, presented by McLaren Health Plan, has been scheduled for Saturday, April 13 at 2 p.m. in Spartan Stadium.
Additional details regarding the spring game and youth clinic will be released at a later date.
Now in his 13th season as head coach of the Spartans, Mark Dantonio owns a 107-51 (.677) record. Dantonio has won the most Big Ten Championships (three) and bowl games (five) of any Spartan head coach and also ranks first with 11 bowl appearances. He is the only active Big Ten coach to win multiple Big Ten Championships (2010, 2013, 2015), claim a victory in the Rose Bowl (2014), and coach in the College Football Playoff (2015).
The second-winningest coach in school history with 107 victories, trailing only Hall of Famer Duffy Daugherty (109), Dantonio also ranks first in program history in conference winning percentage (.657, 65-34 record, minimum 10 games); tied for first in AP Top 25 finishes (seven); second in Big Ten wins (65), home wins (63) and AP Top 25 wins (21); and fifth in overall winning percentage (.677).
Michigan State has plenty of experience returning in 2019, as 49 letterwinners and 17 position starters on offense and defense will be back for the Spartans. A total of 37 players returning have starting experience (17 offense, 14 defense, six special teams).
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