TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Alabama coach Nick Saban isn't ready to determine who his starting quarterback will be when the second-ranked Crimson Tide open their season against West Virginia on Saturday. In fact, he said he isn't in a position to say whether Blake Sims and Jake Coker will both see the field in Atlanta.
"We're going to continue to rep both guys," Saban said Monday. "We feel like both guys have done a good job. Obviously someone has to start the game, so we'll make that decision sometime this week."
But whoever starts the opener might not finish it, Saban said.
"Whatever pitcher starts the game isn't necessarily going to pitch nine innings," he said.
Click here for more from Alex Scarborough on where the Alabama QB battle stands heading into Week 1.