TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama coach Nick Saban says there's plenty of room for improvement even if the issues aren't reflected on the scoreboard.
He'll have a hard time convincing opponents.
The top-ranked Crimson Tide has outscored its opponents 128-14 and scored 94 points since the defense last gave up a point, with 14 seconds left in the third quarter in the opener against Michigan.
The Tide has forced 12 turnovers and committed just one.
Not good enough for Saban, whose team hosts 50-point underdog Florida Atlantic on Saturday.
Saban says, "If you demand more of yourselves, you get more."
Alabama will likely be double-digit favorites for every game until the BCS championship rematch at No. 2 LSU on Nov. 3.
Receiver Christion Jones says the Tide plays to "Alabama's standard" whoever they're facing