A lot of questions and not many answers with what UH football will do a quarterback on Saturday. Whether it's Cole McDonald or Chevan Cordeiro the Rainbow Warriors will need a big performance out of their QB as they try to bounce back from their third conference loss of the year. 

It was not the first loss of the season but with very little argument it was the toughest loss. 

"Go through your head, would you rather have lost by 14 or lost the way we lost?" Nick Rolovich said.

A tough to swallow defeat as they try to not only move on from it, but answer questions from it.

"You can say it's a good problem. It's a difficult problem. We got two good kids that are living out their dream but only one gets to play at a time," Rolovich said.

Coach Rolovich is talking about about his quarterbacks Cole McDonald and Chevan Cordeiro. It's been McDonald the guy, racking up the third most passing yards in the country.

"Cole has done so many good things for us to be in the position we're at as far as offensive production," Rolovich said.

Head coach and quarterback seem to be on a different page of what might be the problem with some missed throws as of late.

"I just think some of his mechanics are affecting the action of the ball. Against a good team that's what we do so got to be dialed in on that," Rolovich said.

"I don't think it's coming off my hand at all any different. Last one that he pulled me on I thought it was an option route where he was going to sit down. Ended up man breaking it and I was already too late in my throw," Cole McDonald said.

The decision is still definitely up in the air for this Saturday vs. San Jose State.

"There is many options. I think we will just continue through the week of practices and see how it goes as we get loser to the game. 

Game time set for 6pm in Aloha Stadium against a Spartans team that last year it took five overtimes to defeat.