Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio told the media at his weekly news conference Tuesday that wide receiver Trishton Jackson missed the Minnesota game because of an unspecified injury. He was dressed for the game but did not play.
The coach wouldn’t expand much, saying the team doesn’t talk about injuries and that Jackson’s got to get himself back. He said the ailment would not be a long-term issue.
Dantonio asked why WR Trishton Jackson didn't play: "We don't talk about injuries. He's got to get himself back."
— Luke Srodulski (@lsrodulski) October 17, 2017
Jackson, a 6-foot-1, 179-pound sophomore has played in five games and has 9 catches for 121 yards this season. Last year, he played in nine games with 5 catches for 89 yards and a touchdown.