Michigan State officially will be getting one of their top offensive lineman back for another season.
J.D. Duplain announced on Tuesday that he’s returning to Michigan State for the 2023 season with “unfinished business” left for the Spartans. Duplain started all 12 games this past season for Michigan State.
In late December, head coach Mel Tucker said Duplain would return for the 2023 season, but it wasn’t made official by him on this week. Duplain has started 41 career games at Michigan State, including the past 30.
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