Michigan State’s Scott to redshirt, plans to return
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.
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.