Colorado's Mel Tucker hired as new Michigan State football coach
Wed Feb 12, 2020
Michigan State has hired Mel Tucker, who resigned as Colorado's coach earlier Wednesday, as the Spartans' next football coach. Tucker's six-year contract with the Spartans, which was formally approved by the university's board late Wednesday afternoon, is worth approximately $30 million. Tucker began his coaching career at Michigan State.
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