Two very important coaches, who together combined for a record of 163-78-7 with the Michigan St. Spartans, are set to enter the school's Spartan Stadium "Ring of Fame." Clarence "Biggie" Munn and Hugh Duffy Daugherty are set to be added to the Ring of Fame on Oct. 13, prior to a Homecoming game against Iowa. This is coming from the school's official athletics website.
Both coaches will have their names added to the west upper deck of Spartan Stadium, across from the other seven names that appear on the east upper deck. Those seven names are former All-Americans and College Football Hall of Famers, and they are Don Coleman, George Webster, Charles "Bubba" Smith, Brad Van Pelt, John Pingel, Gene Washington and former MSU President John Hannah.
Munn's record of 54-9-2 is intensely impressive, and National Championship wins in 1951 and 1952 solidified his place as a legendary coach for the program. Daugherty has many more wins, but also many more losses, compiling a 109-69-5 record and also a whopping four National Championships in 1955, 1957, 1965, and 1966. For more on both men, check out the official post on the team's athletics website.