Alabama overcame a slow start to pull away from Kentucky and move to 5-0 on the season.

Head coach Nick Saban shared his thoughts on his team's performance in the 34-6 win.

“I was pleased with the way our guys came out in the second half and played," Saban said. "I challenged them a little bit at halftime. I didn’t think we imposed our will in the first half like we could’ve, or should’ve, or wanted to, however you want to say it. I thought we did a much better job in the second half. We left some points out there by not finishing some drives in the red area."

For the game, Alabama outgained Kentucky 488-161 on offense. The defense didn't allow 100 yards on the ground or through the air.

"There are lots of things that we can improve on and there are lots of things to correct. There are certainly a lot of lessons to be learned in this game. We’ll be anxious to make those improvements this week.”

Next up for Alabama is a trip to Arkansas to face the Razorbacks.