ATHENS, Ga. -- Alabama coach Nick Saban didn't have a lot of complaints after the Crimson Tide's biggest road win since 2013.

Seven years after its last meeting in Athens, Alabama, again, dominated No. 8 Georgia on its home field, this time by a score of 38-10 Saturday afternoon at Sanford Stadium.

Saban touched on issues ranging from Alabama's defensive performance to Jake Coker's solid game.

He also praises Alabama fans who made the trip to Athens in the rain, then sat through it for nearly four full quarters. After the game, Saban ran over to the visiting team section to acknowledge their support on the road.

Saban has now won three straight against the Bulldogs, which includes Alabama's 32-28 victory in the 2012 SEC Championship Game in Atlanta. In 2008, the team's last meeting in Athens, the Crimson Tide dominated then-No. 3 Georgia, 41-30.

Alabama's 28-point victory is its largest since beating Kentucky, 48-7, in Lexington in 2013. It also marks the largest margin of victory ever by a Crimson Tide team against a top-10 team on the road.

Watch postgame player interviews below: