Michigan State continues to deal with injuries following a win over Central Michigan, and Mark Dantonio took time Sunday to provide a detailed update on one injured Spartan.

Sophomore CB Josiah Scott has yet to play this season after sustaining a knee injury in training camp. The young defender played as a freshman and played well, recording 30 total tackles and an interception. He was expected to be a key member of the defense this year but remains out as his recovery continues.

According to Matt Wenzel with MLive.com, Dantonio labeled the injury as a meniscus injury during Sunday’s teleconference. Dantonio commented that the decision was made to repair the meniscus as opposed to removing it. However, there’s still a possibility Scott may play towards the end of the season and maintain a year of eligibility thanks to the new redshirt rule.

Wenzel also shared a transcription of Dantonio’s full comments on Scott and his injury: