Michigan State has been without Jayden Reed as of late, but got some news about his status for Minnesota. He will reportedly try to play against the Golden Gophers per ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg.

Reed has out with an undisclosed injury since the Akron game in Week 2. He also was not available for team’s loss to Washington in Seattle in Week 3. This is some great news for the Spartans, who have had to adjust to him not being in the lineup.

Payton Thorne will love having his top target from a year ago back on the field. Reed led the team in receiving yards last season (1,026), and even had more than Jalen Nailor (695), who is now with the Minnesota Vikings.

Michigan State will be looking to rebound against Minnesota in East Lansing after the upset loss to Washington.

Michigan State and Minnesota kick off Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on BTN.