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Mark Dantonio responds to question about if he plans to coach at MSU in 2020

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It has been a rough couple of seasons for Michigan State head football coach Mark Dantonio and the whispers about him leaving the program have begun to get louder and louder. In fact, many Spartan faithful are demanding he either resign or be fired.

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On Saturday, Dantonio’s Spartans were embarrassed 44-10 against their biggest rival, the University of Michigan.

Dantonio is known for focusing on the present, but on Tuesday, he was asked by a media member if he plans to be coaching at Michigan State in 2020.

‘Yes,” Dantonio responded.

From Detroit Free Press:

“My intentions are there. Absolutely,” Dantonio said Tuesday. My father always taught me to complete circles, and that’s what I’m trying to do.”

Spartan fans, would you like to see Dantonio return for another season or is it time to move on?

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