Trishton Jackson will play against Indiana after missing the Minnesota game with an undisclosed injury, Michigan State wide receivers coach Terrence Samuel told reporters Wednesday.
Mark Dantonio confirmed that Jackson missed the win over Minnesota due to an injury, though he did not provide specifics. A sophomore wide receiver, Jackson has nine catches for 121 yards this season. He had five grabs for 89 yards as a true freshman in 2016.
Jackson will be back in the rotation for a Spartans offense that ranks 13th in the Big Ten in scoring (23.7 points per game). No. 18 Michigan State hosts Indiana on Saturday in East Lansing at 3:30 ET.