Posted February 26, 2014

Michigan State Coach Mark Dantonio receives raise to $3.64 million per season

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Mark Dantonio led the Spartans to a Big Ten Championship in 2013.  (Mark Cunningham/Getty Images)

Mark Dantonio led the Spartans to a Big Ten Championship in 2013. (Mark Cunningham/Getty Images)

Michigan State University’s head football coach Mark Dantonio has received a pay raise, and will make $3.64 million next season, according to Joe Rexrode of the Detroit Free Press.

Dantonio has been the head coach of the Spartans since 2006, and has gone 42-12 over the last four seasons, winning the Big Ten Championship and the Rose Bowl last year.

MSU defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi also received a pay increase to $904,583 for next season, making him the highest paid coordinator in the Big Ten.

Dantonio’s previous salary of $1.95 million made him the ninth highest paid coach in the conference, according to USA Today.

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2 comments
PackersFanNumeroUno
PackersFanNumeroUno

Had 1 ok season and gets a 3 mil raise. What a joke. Couldn't even beat a weak ND team.

eddie767
eddie767

Winning fixes everything, from pride to wallets. I think everyone can say, he deserved and earned his raise.