Mark Dantonio, making $100,000 as MSU ambassador, accepts indefinite furlough

DETROIT — As athletic departments around the country deal with shrinking revenue amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Michigan State is getting some relief from an old friend.Former football coach Mark Dantonio, who stepped down in early February, is taking an indefinite furlough from his current ambassador position within the athletic department that originally was paying him $100,000 annually.“Mark Dantonio and athletic director Bill Beekman had an agreement where Dantonio would be paid $100,000 a year to assist the department in a variety of ways, most of which would come in the realm of donor rel…

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