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Colorado's Mel Tucker hired as new Michigan State football coach


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. (ESPN.com)

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