If there’s a clutch moment needed in Saturday’s showdown in East Lansing, Wisconsin will be at a disadvantage.

The Badgers will be without their kicker, Rafael Gaglianone, when they take on No. 8 Michigan State in East Lansing. He’ll be sidelined with a back injury, the team announced.

Gaglianone was off to a solid start for the Badgers. The third-year starter was 7-for-8 on field goals, including a perfect 4-for-4 from 40-plus yards. He also made all 10 extra points.

The Brazil native was huge for Wisconsin in the season-opening win against No. 5 LSU at Lambeau Field. His three field goals, including a 48-yarder, helped the Badgers pull off the season-opening upset.

Without Gaglianone, Wisconsin will turn to Andrew Endicott, who is listed as No. 2 on the depth chart. The senior hasn’t attempted a field goal at Wisconsin, but he does have experience on kickoffs.

Still uncertain for Wisconsin is whether or not tailback Corey Clement will return from a leg injury. The senior is still listed as questionable.

No. 11 Wisconsin and No. 8 Michigan State will kick off on Saturday at 11 a.m. CT on Big Ten Network.