Appearing on FOX Sports Daybreak with Mike North and Andy Furman, Dantonio never seemed happy about the questions he received, which ranged in topics from Jim Harbaugh to outdated narratives about the state of the program. You can listen (and cringe) to the full audio below. On one hand, there are some topics, like Harbaugh, that are going to be asked. That’s inevitable and Dantonio has to deal with it — which he did, clearly to his chagrin. Could the Harbaugh question have been asked differently, though? Of course. On the other hand, some of the questions were flat-out irrelevant or poorly researched. Connor Cook not being a captain last year — who cares? Not getting enough respect? job negotiationOver the last three seasons, the Spartans are 36-5, have two Big Ten championships and are 5-1 vs.
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