Terry dresses, doesn’t play in Michigan State open game

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.

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