College Football

Mel Tucker
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The Big Ten has released its schedule for the upcoming college football season. See what changes have been made to the MSU football season. Also, incoming Indiana University college football player Brady Feeney is struggling with COVID-19. Listen to the alarming plea from his mother. 


Coronavirus
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The MSU football team is now in quarantine for 14 days after a coronavirus outbreak. The MLB has now postponed two games because players have tested positive. NBA player Lou Williams left the bubble, putting players and staff at risk. Does sports returning make any sense at this point?


Spartan Stadium
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We discuss the many conferences around the college football world who are debating on pulling the plug due to the coronavirus pandemic. Al tells you why he believes we won't see the sport return until 2021. 


Big Ten To Play Conference-Only Schedule This Fall

Jul 9, 2020
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The Big Ten Conference announced Thursday it will not play nonconference games in football and several other sports this fall, the most dramatic move yet by a power conference because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Spartan Stadium
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An update on ticket information for MSU football this upcoming Fall; Thoughts on the federal investigation that found no crime in regards to the Bubba Wallace NASCAR noose controversy


Colin Kaepernick
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Michigan State athletes return to campus and undergo coronavirus testing; Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren aims to improve race relations; Will Colin Kaepernick play in the NFL again?


Jeff Okudah
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Detroit Lions draft Jeff Okudah; NFL Draft first round takeaways; The Last Dance Sunday preview 


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The Big Ten Conference extends its stoppage; Will college football happen this fall?; A look back with MSU men's golf coach Casey Lubahn

Cassius Winston
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Looking back at 2019 MSU men's basketball Sweet 16 run; Canada won't send athletes to the Olympics; Darius Slay to honor Kobe Bryant; Update on Curtis Blackwell lawsuit


Al Martin / WKAR-MSU

Details of Mel Tucker's contract have been released and WKAR has received a copy of the employment agreement. Tucker was officially named as the 25th head coach of the Michigan State football program yesterday.

Tucker has a base salary of $3.8 million, $1.2 million in supplemental annual income, and a $400,000 retention bonus through a six-year deal to the year 2026. Tucker will also receive $100,000 annually from suppliers of footwear and apparel for the program, moving his annual pay to $5.5 million. Written in the contract is a $6 million pool for 10 assistants in his first year as head coach and MSU will pay $3 million to the University of Colorado for Tucker's contract buyout. 

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