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WATCH: Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio and Players Talk 34-10 Loss to Ohio State

COLUMBUS- Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio spoke with the media following the Spartans’ 34-10 loss to Ohio State.

Dantonio commented on his teams’ performance, what Ohio State did well, and Michigan State’s upcoming games. Select players also answered questions from reporters following the game.

Mark Dantonio

Michigan State Head Coach Mark Dantonio speaks after 34-10 loss to Ohio State.

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 5, 2019

Brian Lewerke

Senior quarterback Brian Lewerke speaks after 34-10 loss to Ohio State.

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 5, 2019

Raequan Williams

Senior NT Raequan Williams speaks after 34-10 loss to Ohio State.

Posted by Caroline Rice on Saturday, October 5, 2019

Darrell Stewart

Darrell Stewart speaks after 34-10 loss to Ohio State.

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 5, 2019

Antjuan Simmons

Junior LB Antjuan Simmons speaks after 34-10 loss to Ohio State.

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 5, 2019

 

4 Responses

  1. why do you post these interviews if you cannot possibly hear/undererstand anything?pls turn the volumn up at the source or use hand signals

    1. Dallas Buckeye: The volume is what it is. The microphones do not amplify very well in that postgame room and the video is streamed to Facebook, which limits the volume some as well. If your computer can’t play it loudly enough, you can hear everything perfectly fine with headphones if you are interested.

      1. Got it, thanks! I’ll consider headphones, perhaps, but probably just blow it off, figuring i can almost predict what all coaches and players say after a painful dismemberment of one sort or another. btw, the tip sheet this week was splendid! anything full of both southern dummy and sec (oxymoron?) shots is destined to be good (dixiebingo-really?!)
        best

        1. Dallas Buckeye — Yep, don’t need to be a brain scientist to know what an opposing coach is going to say about a whoopin’.

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