There is a wardrobe quandary draped over one of the top matchups in college football this weekend. Skip Golding simply doesn’t know what to wear.

See, Golding has split loyalties when No. 14 Miami takes on No. 1 Alabama in Atlanta at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday. Golding’s son, Pete Golding, is the defensive coordinator and inside linebackers coach for the Crimson Tide. However, the family has held Miami close to their collective hearts for decades. The elder Golding expressed his internal strife when he called The Paul Finebaum show on Friday, according to the Tuscaloosa News.

“I’m a born and raised Miami Hurricanes fan,” Skip Golding said. “My brothers played there. But my baby boy’s the defensive coordinator at Alabama. It’s killing me wondering what to pack in my suitcase.”

Understandably, Finebaum said Alabama gear should be the choice when Golding decides to get dressed up for his son’s game.

“I think you have to forget your loyalty,” Finebaum said. “I think what your son does matters most because he’s got a bright future ahead of him, and if he does well, his future increases and improves by the hour.”

Skip Golding eventually agreed and said his son had already given him some Alabama clothes to wear.

“I’m really proud of Pete,” Skip Golding said. “How can you not be?”