Michigan State's Cook 'good to go' despite suffering apparent shoulder injury vs. Maryland

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Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook left Saturday's victory over Maryland with an apparent shoulder injury and did not return.

Cook appeared to injure his shoulder after taking a big hit in the first half, but was able to continue. He was ultimately forced to the sideline in the second half as Tyler O'Connor took over behind center.

Spartans fans can breathe a sigh of relief, though, as the senior indicated he could have returned in the second half if necessary and will be "good to go" for next week's critical Big Ten game against Ohio State.

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Michigan State's Cook 'good to go' despite suffering apparent shoulder injury vs. Maryland
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