Michigan State quarterback Damion Terry is recovering from surgery to repair a torn labrum and is expected to be ready in time for the team's 2014 opener, the school confirmed Tuesday night. The news was first reported by Spartan Nation. The injury was to Terry's non-throwing shoulder, according to the report, which did not specify when the injury occurred. Terry left the school's spring game in April after taking a hit from defensive end Demetrius Cooper, before returning in a red no-contact jersey.
Michigan State QB Damion Terry recovering from shoulder surgery, expected to be ready for opener
Michigan Live | Jun 18