Alabama picked up a big road win at Arkansas on Saturday, winning 49-26 in Fayetteville.

The victory came at a cost, however, as Crimson Tide star quarterback Bryce Young was forced to leave after sustaining a shoulder injury in the 2nd quarter.

Nick Saban said after the game that he didn’t believe the injury was too serious. But as of Sunday, Young’s status for next Saturdays game with Texas A&M is unknown.

Freshman Jalen Milroe replaced Young after he left the game and did a solid job for Alabama, which jumped back to No. 1 in the AP poll this week.

The 6-2, 212-pounder completed 4-of-9 passes for 65 yards and added 6 carries for 91 yards and a touchdown.

On his YouTube show “Sunday Bloody Sunday,” ESPN analyst Matt Barrie said he loved what he saw from Milroe and believes that Alabama would be fine against the Aggies if Young is unable to play.

“Jalen Milroe, who by the way … is there any other program in the country that can trot out a back-up quarterback that looks like a create-a-player,” Barrie said. “This kid is an absolute freak. He can run as good as anybody in the country. The offense would change with him starting. … He’s not as good of a thrower as Bryce Young. … I still think Alabama could beat A&M with Milroe at quarterback. In fact, I’m almost certain of it.”

You can see all of Barrie’s comments about the Alabama-A&M game and other college football topics in the video below: