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After the 1953 season, Biggie Munn, turned the team over to his protégé Duffy Daugherty.
Duffy Daugherty (September 8, 1915 – September 25, 1987) replaced Biggie Munn in December 1953, following Munn's retirement to become Michigan State's athletic director.
Munn named his assistant, Duffy Daugherty, as his successor to helm the football team.
The MIAA's other charter members included Albion, Olivet and Hillsdale Colleges.
His teams have retained the school's top four season marks for rushing-yards-per-game: 1948 (304.5 yards/game), 1951 (293.9 yards), 1952 (272.4), and 1950 (269.3).
Munn was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1959.
A second consecutive undefeated season led to a consensus national title in 1952.
The team was admitted into the Big Ten as a regular member in 1953, winning the league championship and defeating UCLA in their first Rose Bowl game.