Georgia fans, like the rest of the college football world, are wondering who will be quarterbacking their team once JT Daniels returns from injury and head coach Kirby Smart seems to have a solution.

According to ESPN, Smart says he plans to play both quarterbacks.

“JT practiced [Wednesday] and did about everything,” Smart told ESPN’s Chris Low. “I thought [Wednesday] was the first time since Vanderbilt that I could have said, ‘Man, he looks like he could play.’ Now, he’s rusty, and [Thursday] will probably be the telltale practice because it will be the first time he’s gone back-to-back throwing after he threw a lot Wednesday.”

Smart also says who plays will depend on the opponent they will face.

“I’m not sure we know who the better one is based on which game plan we have,” Smart said. “There are teams we play that we have to be able to use the quarterback in the run game. Well, that’s Stetson. There are teams we play that you have to get the ball out quickly and be really accurate. That’s JT. But the first thing with JT is that he’s got to be healthy.”

Daniels has been out for about a month with a latissimus dorsi muscles injury more commonly known as a lat injury.