Dantonio Resigns As Head Coach at Michigan State

February 4, 2020 by Staff

Mark Dantonio stepped down as the head coach at Michigan State, the school announced on Tuesday (February 4).

Dantonio's 13-year stint in East Lansing produced a record of 115-57 and he leaves as the school's winningest head coach. He was 609-39 in Big Ten games and 6-6 in bowl games.

Mike Tressel was named acting head coach. Under Dantonio, Tressel had been serving as Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach.

See: Coaching Changes.