The Alabama defense faced a Mississippi State offense on Saturday that had averaged over 500 yards of offense the past three weeks and held it to half that and just three points.

With another dominant performance, the Crimson Tide defense moved to No. 1 in the SEC and second in the nation. Alabama is allowing just 259.5 yards per game and a nation's-best four yards per play.

Senior linebacker Reuben Foster has excelled this season as one of the leaders of the defense. He leads the team with 70 tackles, including seven that have gone for a loss.

Following the 51-3 win over the Bulldogs, Foster spoke to reporters about the game. Listen to what he said in the video above.