Nick Saban has been mum on how he’ll use Alabama’s QBs against Louisville.

Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa have been competing for the starting job throughout spring practice and fall camp, and it’s nearly time to see who Saban decides to start against Louisville.

ESPN’s Chris Fowler spoke to Saban Friday, and Alabama’s head coach laid out the plan for how he’ll use his signal callers. The interview will be featured on College GameDay Saturday.

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“I think we have two guys that are weapons, and they’ve both played well, so the plan is to play both guys in the game,” Saban told ESPN’s Chris Fowler. “So the only issue is who plays first, and we’ll decide that when the time comes.

“I really don’t want either one of the guys to go out there and play and look over their shoulder and worry about the next guy,” Saban told Fowler. “So it’ll be, really, just … you’re gonna play this much and then the next guy’s gonna play and we’ll kinda go from there.”

So, there you have it. Saban will play both QBs against Louisville, but it’s still unclear who will start.