October 9th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

A federal judge’s ruling means Michigan State University head football coach Mark Dantonio will have to sit down for a deposition in a lawsuit filed against him by a former staffer. The Detroit News reports a federal judge in Grand Rapids ruled Dantonio can wait until after the season ends to be deposed by attorneys for Curtis Blackwell. But U.S. Magistrate Judge Ellen Carmody rejected Dantonio’s attorneys request to limit the length and scope of his deposition. Dantonio can be questioned for up to seven hours, according to the ruling. No questions will be off limits, including ones about the recruitment of Auston Robertson. –wilx. Read More.

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