MSU Gives Coach Dantonio a Raise
(EAST LANSING, Mich.) — Michigan State head football coach Mark Dantonio signed an amended contract agreement Tuesday that raises his pay from $1.9 million per year to $3.6 million annually.
The contract also extends Dantonio one year, meaning he will coach the Spartans for the next six seasons.
Dantonio has led the Spartans to a 64-29 record during his seven seasons in East Lansing. During that time, the team has made a school-record seven-straight postseason bowl appearances.
Dantonio led MSU to their first Rose Bowl victory since 1988 last season when they beat Stanford 24-20 in January. That win allowed the Spartans to finish No. 3 in the final polls — their highest ranking to end a season since 1966.
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