With the emergence of signaling plays from the sideline in college football (complete with emoji cards, cartoons, hand signals and any number of other things), sign stealing has also gotten more common.

As Alabama prepares for Wednesday’s Citrus Bowl against Michigan, Nick Saban is certainly aware of that. In fact, he’ll see a familiar face — former Alabama assistant and current Michigan OC Josh Gattis — on the other sideline.

However, Saban isn’t worried about Gattis being able to help the Wolverines crack Alabama’s signals on either side of the ball:

Saban and his staff will need to be on top of their game to beat the Wolverines behind backup QB Mac Jones.

However, it’s safe to say the Alabama coach isn’t worried about the other side getting his calls.