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Michigan State Pulls Starting QB Tyler O'Connor For Damion Terry

Michigan State has made a change at quarterback, pulling Tyler O'Connor for Damion Terry in the fourth quarter against BYU.

The Michigan State Spartans are struggling to move the ball on offense against BYU on Saturday afternoon, and it looks like the coaching staff has decided to make a change at quarterback. Early in the fourth quarter of the contest, which the Cougars lead 17-7, Michigan State has benched starting signal-caller Tyler O'Connor for backup Damion Terry.

Terry, however, threw an interception in his first series.

O'Connor, on the day, is 7-of-11 for 58 yards. Terry is 2-of-3 for 22 yards and a pick.

If Michigan State can't find a way to put points on the board, it's going to drop to 2-3 on the season. It's been a tough season in East Lansing so far.