MSU Football Loses CB Scott To Injury
Michigan State head football coach Mark Dantonio announced during Monday's MSU Media Day that sophomore starting cornerback Josiah Scott (pictured making a tackle vs. Minnesota) will be lost for two months due to an injury suffered during practice. Dantonio would not specify the severity of the injury to the press.
Scott had a stellar freshman season for the Spartans in 2017, grabbing two interceptions and making 30 tackles from the cornerback spot. He was voted third team All-Big Ten by the media after last season. Scott was also named Big Ten Honorable Mention by the coaches. And the Big Ten Network named him to their All-Freshmen team.
The Spartans are ranked 12th in the initial Amway Coaches poll, which was released last week.