Colorado State QB injured while moving couch

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - Colorado State says quarterback Garrett Grayson has undergone surgery after injuring his left clavicle while moving a couch but is expected to recover in time for summer strength and conditioning workouts.

Colorado State coach Jim McElwain says the injury occurred Friday to Grayson’s left shoulder. Grayson is a right-handed passer.

Grayson set a single-season passing record at CSU last year with 3,696 yards and tied the school record with 23 touchdown passes.

The Rams finished 8-6 and beat Washington State 48-45 in the New Mexico Bowl.

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