Maryland was battered and bruised after doing battle with Michigan last Saturday.

QB Taulia Tagovailoa exited the Michigan game Saturday with a rib injury but later returned. He has been one of the top QBs in the conference this season, throwing for over 100 yards while posting a 75.6 completion percentage.

Another important part of the offense, WR Rakim Jarrett, also didn’t make it out of the game healthy. Jarrett suffered a head injury on a contested catch attempt, finishing the game with 4 receptions (8 targets) for 12 yards. Jarrett would be a big loss for the Terrapins, as he led the team last year with 829 receiving yards, and is set for a breakout season.

Both Tagovailoa and Jarrett were listed as “game-time decisions” for the upcoming Michigan State matchup on Saturday. But, in a bit of positive news for the Terrapins, both the QB and WR were able to practice this week, per head coach Mike Locksley.

Maryland will need two of their best players to take on Michigan State on Saturday, and it looks as though they might just get it.