Mississippi State will get a pair of key players back from injury against Southern Miss on Saturday.

Quarterback Will Rogers and running back Woody Marks will both be suiting up for Mississippi State on Saturday, Action Network’s Brett McMurphy reported on Saturday.

Rogers has missed over a month of action with a shoulder injury, with his last appearance coming on Oct. 7 against Western Michigan. Before his injury, Rogers recorded 1,275 yards and 10 touchdowns. The Bulldogs are looking to Rogers to help secure their first win without head coach Zach Arnett, who was fired on Monday.

Marks has not played since Oct. 21 against Arkansas as he’s been dealing with a leg injury. Marks has recorded 500 yards and 4 touchdowns this season, and his return will be huge for Mississippi State.

Mississippi State needs a pair of wins to reach bowl eligibility. The Bulldogs have a tough one next week as they face Ole Miss.