Mississippi State quarterback Will Rogers absorbed some pain on Saturday thanks to the Alabama pass rush, particularly early in the game. Rogers was sacked twice in a sequence of 3 plays including one where Christian Harris smothered Rogers, and landed on his right shoulder.

That was likely the play where Rogers suffered an AC joint sprain in his right shoulder, a source familiar with the situation told The Clarion Ledger.

Rogers is considered “day-to-day,” the paper reported, ahead of the Bulldogs’ game against Vanderbilt. Rogers underwent an MRI on Sunday.

The timing of the injury appeared to happen late in the first quarter of the 49-9 loss. It was a third-and-6, as Harris combined with Brian Branch on one of 7 sacks of Rogers.

Rogers was in visible pain, and reached several times for his shoulder, and then went to the injury tent, but returned minutes later.

Rogers finished with 3 interceptions, and passed for 300 yards on 35-for-55 passing.