Matt Corral and Bryce Young have been really fun to watch this season. Corral has put up 1,728 yards passing with 14 touchdowns and 1 interception for Ole Miss, while Young has 2,082 yards passing with 24 touchdowns and 3 interceptions for Alabama.

It can be tough to say who’s been the better quarterback between the 2 Heisman Trophy candidates. That’s why ESPN’s Tom Hart joined ‘McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning’ to talk about who he likes out of the two:

“This is not a shot at Bryce, but I’ve been especially impressed the last two games with Corral,” said Hart. “He has the willingness to run, and put his body on the line. Lane had a great line with us. We asked him, how do you reinforce to him that he needs to slide? He said it’s like getting your kids to wear a seatbelt. I keep telling him every day. Corral’s not a big guy, and he’s willing to get his nose in there and get dirty.”

Hart explained why Corral chooses not to slide more often than not, referencing a previous interview with ESPN.

“He told us, ‘yeah, maybe I should be smarter when a play’s not on the line,'” said Hart. “‘But if it’s third down, I’m going to get it, I’m not sliding.’ Whether or not it’s smart for him in the future, it’s a guy that is going to sellout to win.”

Corral and No. 17 Ole Miss have the LSU Tigers coming to town at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS.