Jimbo Fisher and the Texas A&M Aggies are dealing with a tough situation at quarterback, as starter Haynes King went down with an injury early in Saturday’s game at Colorado.

Zach Calzada led the Aggies on a late scoring drive to escape with a 10-7 victory, but he’ll need to play better moving forward.

And it sounds like he’ll be playing for a while. On Monday, Fisher said King had a surgery to fix a crack in his lower leg. He didn’t put a timeline on King’s return to play:

As for the Aggies’ backup QB battle behind Calzada, Fisher said Eli Stowers and Blake Bost are filling that role:

Hopefully Calzada stays healthy as he fills in for King. We’ll have to wait and see how long King remains out recovering from his surgery.