This is the most obvious concern for everyone involved with the Oklahoma State Cowboys, who's going to start at quarterback to begin 2013?
Wes Lunt has the better skill set, but there is some concern that he's injury-prone and doesn't shine in big moments like Clint Chelf.
Chelf lacks Lun'ts elite ability; however, he never faltered under pressure, something that can't be said of Lunt.
The Cowboys dominated the West Virginia Mountaineers, Texas Tech Raiders and Purdue Boilermakers under Chelf, while also being ahead of the Oklahoma Sooners for the entire game, only to have their defense let it slip away in the last seconds.
Lunt, on the other hand, looked good at times, but also threw six of his seven interceptions on the road in games Oklahoma State lost.
It will be interesting to watch this quarterback battle take place, as it really comes down to whether or not Lunt has grown more confident after his first season as a collegiate quarterback.
Lost in this discussion is J.W. Walsh, who could steal the job away from the two big names, but will likely continue to be the Cowboys' red zone quarterback.
Look for Lunt to assert himself in spring practice and win the job, while Chelf continues to give the team one of the best backups in the nation.