ByJacob Herbert: Current Sports Beat Reporter•Jun 14, 2017
EAST LANSING, Mich. -- In front of a scrum of media members at the Skandalaris Football Center on the campus of MSU Tuesday morning, coach Mark Dantonio addressed some changes coming to Spartan football.
Three Michigan State football players were charged Monday with criminal sexual conduct in connection with an incident that occurred on campus in January. WKAR's Karel Vega asked students around the Michigan State community how they felt about this case, and their safety.
On the same day that sexual assault charges came down against former Michigan State football players Joshua King, Donnie Corley and Demetric Vance, MSU athletic director Mark Hollis and coach Mark Dantonio held a press conference at Spartan Stadium to address the charges.
In an independent report to Michigan State University, the Jones Day law firm asserted that senior leaders within the Athletic Department made no attempts to obstruct or subvert sexual assault investigations pertaining to four football players.
WKAR's Karel Vega and Al Martin talk about pending sexual assault charges against three MSU football players.