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Mark Dantonio abruptly resigned on Feb. 4 after compiling the most victories as a head coach of the Michigan State Spartans. In total, he finished with a 114-57 record, good for the third-highest winning percentage in the program’s history. His 69 wins against Big Ten opponents rank second in MSU’s history. Along the way, he won three conference championships, the most by a coach in East Lansing. He led the Spartans to 12 bowl games during his 13 seasons, winning half of those.

Source: Athlon Sports