Arkansas QB Austin Allen was unable to finish last weekend’s game against South Carolina due to a shoulder injury.

Now, the senior’s status is in question for Saturday night’s trip to Alabama to take on the No. 1 Crimson Tide.

On Wednesday, Alabama coach Nick Saban said it will be tough to prepare for the Razorbacks, because prepping for Allen is much different than planning for backup QB Cole Kelley:

In fact, Saban added that he thought the 6-7 Kelley was originally a Wildcat quarterback and tight end, as the 268-pound redshirt freshman is indeed built more like a tight end or offensive lineman:

That does indeed make it tough to prepare for the Hogs, but Saban is one of the best at making in-game adjustments.

See which quarterback takes the field as the starter on Saturday night. The game kicks off at 6:15 Central time on ESPN.