MSU running back LJ Scott's list of driving infractions gets even longer

Posted at 1:11 PM, Oct 10, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-10 13:11:21-04

Michigan State University football player L.J. Scott has been cited again for traffic violations.

55th District Court records show Scott was ticketed on September 29 in Meridian Township for driving without a valid license plate, driving without insurance and making an improper turn. Scott paid fines and court costs. He did not play in that afternoon's game against Central Michigan University. Scott has been out of action since he was injured against Arizona State on September 8.

Scott was arrested for driving without a valid licenses 7 times in Michigan and his home state of Ohio in 2016 and 2017. The most-recent arrest happened on October 18 of last year. Two days later Coach Mark Dantonio said Scott received a valid license with no restrictions. He paid $560 in fines and court costs. Scott is a senior running back who chose to return to MSU for his final season rather than enter the NFL draft. He's rushed for 2,694 yards and scored 27 total touchdowns in his career.