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2014 Florida Atlantic vs Alabama

Stop asking questions.

Nick Saban has deemed his quarterback battle yet to be determined.

Fresh off a less-than-convincing 10-point win over West Virginia in last week’s opener, second-ranked Alabama entertains Florida Atlantic in its home opener, an opponent that’s going to have its hands full against T.J. Yeldon and Co.

Most importantly, Saban would like to see one of his quarterbacks, Blake Sims or Jacob Coker, separate from the other. Sims threw for 250 yards and an interception against the Mountaineers’ secondary, a defense that ranked among the nation’s worst against the pass last season.

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