Michigan State coach hospitalized after win

EAST LANSING, MICH. (AP) - Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio was hospitalized with symptoms consistent with a heart attack shortly after an overtime victory against Notre Dame.

The school, which called a news conference for Sunday afternoon, said Dantonio had a stent put in a blocked blood vessel leading to the heart.

He will stay at Sparrow Hospital near campus for a few days.

Offensive coordinator Don Treadwell will lead the team during Dantonio’s indefinite absence. The No. 25 Spartans play Northern Colorado on Saturday.


AP Sports Writer Larry Lage reported from Detroit.

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