MSU football will not be able to take the field for two weeks after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
Michigan State football announced late Wednesday that the program would be pausing their workouts after one staff member had tested positive for COVID-19.
The Michigan State Athletic Department has announced temporary pay cuts for any staff member making $100,000 or greater for the next year. In addition, MSU Athletic Director Bill Beekman will be taking a 10% pay cut, along with head men’s basketball coach Tom Izzo and head football coach Mel Tucker each taking a 7% pay cut.
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Two more student-athletes tested positive with COVID-19 during the second round of testing before they would be cleared to begin voluntary workouts.
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