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It looks like poor cardiac health runs rampant throughout the Michigan State Spartans football program.
Michigan State head football coach Mark Dantonio, who suffered a mild heart attack after the Spartans’ victory over Notre Dame on September 19th, has been hospitalized again with a blood clot, according to the Associated Press.
Holey moley. Michigan State Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio had an angioplasty early this morning after suffering a mild heart attack just a few hours after defeating Notre Dame 34-31 in overtime.
The 2010 college football season is young, but we might have seen the gutsiest call of the year already happen – thanks to Michigan State, who beat Notre Dame tonight in overtime…on a fake field goal.