Paul Finebaum made an appearance on KJM Tuesday to discuss Bryce Young’s shoulder injury he suffered against Arkansas.

The Crimson Tide came out on top against Arkansas behind the talent of Jahmyr Gibbs, but the potential ramifications of Young’s injury are… worrisome to say the least.

Finebaum agrees.

“It’s a problem. He has an AC joint sprain…It affects his throw,” said Finebaum. “I mean Bryce Young’s the best passer in the country. It’s going to affect him.”

Jalen Milroe played well in Young’s absence as an emergency option, but he is far from a finished product. Finebaum is concerned about the potential matchup of Milroe vs. Hendon Hooker.

“It won’t matter this week. Again, Alabama is a three and a half touchdown favorite over A&M…But, next week, it will matter,” Finebaum said. “Alabama goes to Knoxville and they’ll play probably the most offensively explosive team in the country with Hendon Hooker. They could lose that game. That’s not a bold statement. Jalen Milroe is the backup. He’s amazing and he won the game for Alabama Saturday…He’s big, but he’s not a great passer. You get into a passing duel, a scoring duel with Josh Heupel at Tennessee? You’re probably going to lose. That’s really the biggest concern.”