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Michigan State RB LJ Scott Arrested For Driving On Suspended License

It's the seventh time Scott has been arrested on that or a similar charge.

Michigan State junior running back LJ Scott was arrested on Wednesday for driving on a suspended license, according to the Lansing State Journal.

It's the seventh time that Scott, 21, has faced that or a similar charge.

If convicted the charge carries up to one year in jail due to Scott's prior conviction on the same charge. According to the Journal, Scott has been charged with driving on a suspended license or without a license six times prior since last year, per court records.

It's unclear why Scott's license was suspended this time around.

Scott has recorded 408 yards on the year, and he ran for a career-high 194 last week versus Minnesota. The Spartans take on the Indiana Hoosiers this Saturday.

We'll update the post as more information becomes available.