Jarrett Guarantano was recently named the starting quarterback for Washington State, but the Cougars didn’t get a full look at how he’d do because his season-opening game was cut short because of injury.

The former Tennessee quarterback left with a left knee injury with less than 10 minutes remaining in the second quarter of a 26-23 loss to Utah State. Guarantano was 8-of-13 passing for 56 yards, and the injury came after Guarantano was sacked in the end zone. Jayden de Laura, who finished 12-of-22 for 155 yards and a touchdown, replaced Guarantano.

“Yeah, (Guarantano) did get a little banged up,” WSU coach Nick Rolovich said after the game, per 247Sports. “I don’t know exactly what it is. But I thought Jayden came in and provided a spark and made some good plays with his feet. Just kicking too many field goals, we weren’t good on third down. We gotta play better than that on offense.”