Spartans manager Mark Dantonio doesn’t elaborate on because Terry didn’t see movement Saturday
Damion Terry was in uniform though did not play in a Michigan State open football diversion Saturday during Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, Michigan.
Terry, a Cathedral Prep graduate, will be a fifth-year comparison this fall. The Detroit Free Press reported that Terry was in a headset giving signals during a game.
Coach Mark Dantonio did not elaborate on Terry’s standing after a game. The Free Press reported that Terry underwent a teenager knee procession after a 2016 season, though it was not transparent if Terry missed a diversion with an injury.
Brian Lewerke, who will be a sophomore subsequent fall, was a usually grant quarterback to play in a game. He completed 25-of-44 passes for 305 yards with a touchdown and dual interceptions.