LSU put up an astonishing 46 points on the Alabama defense Saturday, and all Nick Saban could do afterward was praise the winning side.

"They have no weaknesses on offense," the veteran head coach said, according to Stewart Mandel of The Athletic. "I can't give them enough credit."

The 46-41 loss marked the most points the Crimson Tide have ever allowed in the Saban era. His normally suffocating defense conceded three passing touchdowns to Heisman Trophy candidate Joe Burrow and three rushing touchdowns to Clyde Edwards-Helaire.

The Tigers registered 559 yards of offense and converted eight of 15 third downs at Bryant-Denny Stadium.