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Mark Dantonio gives Brian Lewerke a nice endorsement

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Dantonio made it no secret that Lewerke is still leading the QB race.

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Dantonio vows Spartans will 're-establish ourselves,' praises Lewerke | Star Tribune
At the spring Green-White scrimmage, Dantonio named Brian Lewerke his starting quarterback and in Monday's session, he strengthened that commitment. He also compared Lewerke favorably with former QB and current Oakland Raiders backup Connor Cook.

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In theory, the coaches are suggesting to their players that they can enhance their value to the team by displaying a level of versatility that allows them to fill multiple roles on the roster. While this Swiss Army Knife quality has typically been associated with bubble players in years past, the league's increasing fascination with hybrids has thrust a handful of stars into awkward spots when it comes time to renegotiate their contracts, among which are former Spartans superstar Le’Veon Bell.

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Hue Jackson launches foundation to battle human trafficking
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Uber Driver Says Michael Oher Bit Him, Was Drunk Prior to Arrest in 911 Call
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Mike Williams Denies Needing Season-Ending Surgery for Back Injury
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Odell Beckham Jr. makes local boy's dream come true
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