Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio took to Twitter to announce his retirement. After 13 amazing seasons, he will step down as head coach. In his years he made a mark as the Spartans’ winningest head football coach with 114-57 record. "It has truly been an honor and a privilege to serve as the head football coach at Michigan State University. I will forever be a Spartan," he wrote.
In his social media post, he shared a statement where he said: “Today marks one of the most difficult decisions that I have ever made here at Michigan State. I would first like to thank our fans, alumni, and our administration; both past and present staff and especially our current and past players and coaches for all their support, hard work and dedication over these past 13 years. You have truly helped make my dreams come true." You can read the entire statement below.