Fake injuries have become a growing issue in college football, and they were a major talking point during the Ole Miss-Tennessee game last week.

Alabama coach Nick Saban is aware of them, but is unsure the direction to go in order to fix the problem. He shared his thoughts about the issue on Wednesday’s SEC coaches media teleconference.

“It really slows the game down,” Saban said, “so it’s probably not a good thing for the game. It’s not something we’ve ever done here. When a team goes fast, which everybody has the right to go fast, and you go on long drives, some players exert a lot of energy to play defense. … Players get tired, when they get tired, they’re more susceptible to getting injuries, probably. … I understand why people do it. We have not done it here.”

Saban deflected a question about how to solve the problem.

“I don’t have a solution to it,” he said. “There are a lot of good people out there who are above my pay grade. I probably shouldn’t even be trying to answer that question.”