Michigan State Football's Dana Dixon To Transfer To Grand Valley State

ANN ARBOR, MI - OCTOBER 09: Chris Norman #10 and Trenton Robinson #39 of the Michigan State Spartans make the stop on Dana Dixon #12 of the Michigan Wolverines during the game on October 9, 2010 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

Former Michigan State wide receiver Dana Dixon has transferred to Grand Valley State.

The Michigan State Spartans lost a player on Thursday, but it won't be a move that gets much press. As announced on Twitter by Scout.com's Allen Trieu, former Michigan State defensive back Dana Dixon will transfer to Grand Valley State for the 2013 season.

A junior, Dixon didn't play very much for the Spartans after redshirting and then appearing in only 15 games in his freshman and sophomore seasons. His highest ever stat count in a game was a three tackle effort against Indiana.

He was set to make a move from cornerback to wide receiver this season for the Spartans.

For more news and information on the Michigan State Spartans, head over to The Only Colors. More analysis on the entire world of college football as the off season continues to roll along can be found over at SB Nation's dedicated NCAA Football hub, or on SB Nation's Youtube channel:

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