Colorado State game week arrived in Tuscaloosa on Monday and head coach Nick Saban met with the media for his usual Monday press conference.

Saban addressed a number of topics during the 13-minute appearance, including his evaluation of the team's effort against Fresno State.

"From a game standpoint, I though we improved some as a team in this last game," Saban said. "Our execution was a little bit better. Attention to detail was a little bit better."

Execution will again be the focus for Alabama heading into a week three matchup with the Rams.

"Colorado State is a really good football team. I think Mike Bobo has done a really good job there. These guys play hard. They're physical. They're very aggressive in their style. They can run the ball. They can throw the ball. They've got a good quarterback. They've got a lot of balance in what they do."

Here are the other topics that Saban touched on during the press conference:

  • Updated the status of Lester Cotton and Dylan Moses after suffering minor injuries on Saturday.
  • Talked about the battle at right tackle between Matt Womack and Jedrick Wills.
  • The performance of the offensive line against Fresno State and the focus on finishing blocks.
  • Evaluated Jamey Mosley's first start and Chris Allen's first snaps.
  • Getting the running backs involved in the passing game.
  • Development of Jalen Hurts as a passer.
  • The chemistry of this year's team.
  • Updated the status of Rashaan Evans, Anfernee Jennings, and Josh Jacobs.

You can watch the entire press conference in the video above.