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Le’Veon Bell calls Dantonio ‘best coach in the nation’

Before he was the star running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Le’Veon Bell played under coach Mark Dantonio at Michigan State for three years, accumulating 3,346 rush yards and 33 touchdowns over that stretch. With his Steelers having played already on Thursday, Bell thus took a trip to East Lansing over the weekend to take in the Spartans’ game against Oregon. After Michigan...
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Le’Veon Bell Calls Mark Dantonio “The Best Coach In The Nation”

Michigan State, after its huge win over Oregon this past Saturday, is now a major player in the College Football Playoff discussion. Apparently, that has Spartans alums pretty excited. This past Saturday, former star running back Le’Veon Bell was on-hand for the pivotal contest, and after Michigan State’s win, he made quite a declaration on Instagram. Bell posted a photo of himself...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

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