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Mark Dantonio Weighs in on Anthem Protests

Many coaches are coming out and showing support for their players’ right to protest during the national anthem, which is probably the opposite of what the NFL and many college football lines enthusiasts wanted to hear.   Mark Dantonio, Michigan State Football coach said he would continue to support his players as they sought to […] Author information Aaron Mazer | The post Mark Dantonio Weighs in on Anthem Protests appeared first on Page 2 Sports.
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