Spring practice is just a few weeks away and the conversation going into A-Day and forward is who will be the starting quarterback between Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa.

Hurts have the record only losing two games in two season at Alabama and led the Crimson Tide to back-to-back national championship games. On the other hand, Tagovailoa's second half comeback against the Georgia Bulldogs and the potential as a passer has fans wondering what he can do as a starter throughout a season.

The decision doesn't come down to who the fans or analyst want as the starting quarterback for the Crimson Tide, ultimately it comes down to Nick Saban. In an interview with Chris Low of ESPN, Coach Saban offered his thoughts on the question everyone is asking this offseason.

"The most important thing is to play the best guy, and if both guys can play winning football, it's not out of the question that we'll find a role for both guys in fairness to both guys," Saban told ESPN's Chris Low. "I don't know that there's any more to it than that."

The author of the article, Senior Writer Chris Low, joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discusses his interview with Saban regarding the two quarterbacks and does he believe there is an actually competition between the two?

He also discussed how despite Saban's age and how coaches use that in recruiting as leverage, the five-time national champion has a ton left in the tank.

For more of Low's analysis on the Tua/Jalen quarterback competition, make sure you watch the video above the article. Don't miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m. for the latest surrounding the Alabama Crimson Tide.