It’s been awhile since many LSU fans have heard the name “Lindsey Scott Jr.”
This is a guy who arrived at LSU before Myles Brennan did.
The past seven years have taken Scott on a journey.
He was then back in the SEC at Missouri. He didn’t play there and transferred back to his home state, playing for Nicholls.
After a stint there, he’s now at Incarnate Word and he’s put on a show.
In Incarnate Word’s high-scoring FCS playoff win, Scott took center stage,
totaling six touchdowns and leading the offense in a 66-point performance.
The final score, 66-63, was the highest-scoring game in FCS playoff history.
Scott threw for 219 yards and ran for 166 more.
It’s nice to see Scott’s career getting an ending such as this
. He’s a guy who wasn’t highly recruited but gave it a shot at a couple of SEC programs. He’s dealt with injuries but finally found solid footing.