Brady Quinn and Mark Ingram discussed Alabama’s quarterback situation during FOX’s “Big Noon Kickoff” on Saturday. Tyler Buchner is reportedly slated to start in place of Jalen Milroe when the Crimson Tide travel to South Florida on Saturday.

“I think this is an overreaction. There was a lot more glaring issues than just the quarterback play,” Ingram said. “On defense, they allowed 6 plays of over 30+ yards for 2 touchdowns. And they had no sacks. Quinn Ewers was back there wheeling and dealing … And then they had 10 penalties for 90 yards. And of 2 of those penalties, they called back touchdowns.”

“I’m not going to call it an overreaction …  when you play quarterback, things aren’t going right, that you’re the 1st person that’s going to get changed,” Quinn said. “Whether it was the defense giving up big plays, the offensive line, the 5 sacks, the pressure, everything else that goes along with it, the reality is though, I think there were some missed opportunities. And I think Nick Saban feels like this Alabama team, in what looks to be a weak SEC West right now, still has a legitimate shot. All their goals are in front of them if they get the right guy behind center.”

Quinn noted that Buchner, who spent 2 seasons at Notre Dame, already is familiar with the system of Alabama offensive coordinator Tommy Rees from when the 2 were at South Bend. But he feels that Milroe will still have a role to play on Saturday.

“I think (Buchner) can distribute the football better and he’s still got that athletic component where he can extend plays and do things with his feet,” he added. “Jalen Milroe’s still going to get in a package, still going to play in this game. He’s too dynamic of a playmaker. I wouldn’t be shocked if you see both.”