The biggest question being thrown around the Southeastern Conference this week is whether or not Alabama quarterback Tua  Tagovailoa will be ready to play against LSU on Saturday in the matchup between the two top-ranked teams.

If you listen to one of his wide receivers, it seems that signs point to yes.

“He looked pretty good,” Jerry Jeudy said about Tagovailoa in practice last week. “He came out there, he’s been doing his rehab, he looked good. He looked comfortable. We are going to see how he goes day-by-day.”

One of the biggest tests for each defense will be the amount of talented wide receivers that the Crimson Tide and Tigers both put out when on offense that helps Tagovailoa and Joe Burrow put up huge numbers. For Jeudy, it won’t be a personal battle between the two receiving units.

“People play against Alabama they always want to give their best,” the wide receiver said. “We aren’t really focused on their receiver corps. They do what they do and we are just going to do what we always do, play football and go out there and compete.”