Michi­gan State’s Scott to red­shirt, plans to re­turn

The Tribune (SLO) (Sunday) - - College Football -

Michi­gan State coach Mark Dan­to­nio said run­ning back LJ Scott will red­shirt this sea­son and re­turn in 2019.

Scott did not play Satur­day when the 24thranked Spar­tans lost 26-6 to eighth-ranked Ohio State. He hurt his an­kle in early Septem­ber and has ap­peared in only four games this sea­son.

Scott was con­sid­ered a can­di­date to leave for the NFL last year, but he de­cided to come back to Michi­gan State. He has rushed for only 180 yards this sea­son.

Play­ers can now ap­pear in up to four games and still qual­ify for a red­shirt year.

No­table

Mem­phis: Dar­rell Hen­der­son rushed for 166 yards, go­ing over 3,000 for his ca­reer, and two touch­downs, and host Mem­phis be­came bowl-el­i­gi­ble for a school-record fifth straight sea­son with a 47-21 vic­tory over Tulsa.

In­di­ana: Beat Mary­land 34-32 de­spite hav­ing the ball for just 20 min­utes, 42 sec­onds.

Drake: Will Warner’s third in­ter­cep­tion of the day sealed a 13-10 win over Marist.

Prince­ton: Collin Eaddy rushed for 266 yards and three touch­downs to lead Prince­ton to an Ivy League cham­pi­onship with a 59-46 win over Yale.

Po­lice said a bus car­ry­ing Prince­ton stu­dents head­ing to the game crashed into a build­ing in Con­necti­cut, send­ing four of them to the hospi­tal with mi­nor in­juries. Yale New Haven Hospi­tal said

Athe stu­dents are in good con­di­tion and the driver is in fair con­di­tion. The stu­dents who weren’t in­jured were put on an­other bus to the game. UConn: Line­backer Eli Thomas, who suf­fered a stroke a month ago, walked onto the field be­fore a game against SMU to par­tic­i­pate in the coin toss.

Troy: Sawyer Smith hit Luke Whit­te­more on a 29-yard scor­ing strike in the third quar­ter to break open a close game and give Troy its 12th straight Sun Belt Con­fer­ence win with a 35-21 vic­tory over host Ge­or­gia South­ern.

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