Michigan State interim president blasts ESPN for dragging Mark Dantonio, Tom Izzo

Pauline Gross
February 15, 2018

The vote came in around 4:30 p.m. following a lengthy meeting filled with both students and faculty.

Izzo also was asked if he has felt a burden in dealing with the investigation and whose decision it was exactly that he not speak about the investigation with media.

Inside the International Center on MSU's campus, students and faculty voiced their frustrations with the Board of Trustees.

"I was puzzled when they told me they had never met alone without (former President Lou Anna) Simon in the room until after she resigned", he told David Jesse of the Free Press.

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"I am not sure if the at-large members of the Steering Committee realize how insensitive and tone-deaf this motion makes us appear", Vickery said. "I made a commitment to work with them going forward".

Engler called the report "a sensationalized package of reporting", according to Murphy. The coaches were asked to refrain from comment while the reports were examined. "I hope that MSU can soon respond in full and affirm the integrity and probity that has been the hallmark of these two respected coaches".

"We stand by our reporting", ESPN said in a statement Tuesday. The Michigan attorney general's office, the Department of Education, both chambers of the U.S. Congress and the NCAA are among the groups now investigating Michigan State's response to Nassar and sexual assault complaints in general. "Since that comes, that's pretty common, so I said it before, there will be a time that I'll talk but I thought what he said looked really good to me as a start".

Outside the Lines said that both the football program and the basketball program have incidents.These include alleged sexual assaults by members of the football program, which 7 Action News has reported on.

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