Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin met with the media in College Station on Tuesday to preview Saturday’s game against Mississippi State and give an update on some injured Aggies.

Sumlin commended State quarterback Nick Fitzgerald and said Mississippi State is well-coached on offense, defense and special teams.

He also noted that he’s been impressed with Mississippi State’s ability to run the ball, and its punter.

“They’ve also got a big, experienced offensive line with 60 or 70 starts,” Sumlin said.

He emphasized that the Bulldogs have given up the least sacks in the SEC, while A&M has the most sacks as a defense. That could be a key stat on Saturday.

Sumlin said one familiar name will be available this week as a backup quarterback:

Sumlin said offensive lineman Keaton Sutherland could be available on Saturday:

Defensive back Donovan Wilson still isn’t ready to return.

Some other comments from Sumlin:

Sumlin also mentioned that he watched a little baseball this past weekend.

The Aggies and Bulldogs will kick off at 7:15 p.m. ET on ESPN.