NC State quarterback Devin Leary is on the mend. Although he won’t be back this season, Leary had a successful surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn pectoral muscle.

On Tuesday, Leary’s mom, Lorie, updated the QB’s condition on Twitter, saying that the QB had a “successful” surgery, and is recuperating. The QB thanked his well-wishers via the tweet, saying the Wolfpack had shown tremendous support.

Leary suffered the injury in the third quarter last Saturday Florida State, and left the game to receive medical attention. The program announced on Saturday that he would undergo season-ending surgery for a torn pectoral muscle.

In Leary’s absence, NC State will start Jack Chambers, a transfer from Charleston Southern. Chambers got his start against an undefeated Syracuse team on Saturday, throwing 18 times on 30 attempts, racking up only 160 yards. The Wolfpack fell to the Orange 24-9, only their second loss of the season.

NC State is off this week but will host Virginia Tech in Week 9.