Alabama coach Nick Saban said some players need to improve their adherence to coaches' instructions, in order to avoid giving up big plays. Saban met with reporters Monday, two days after the top-ranked Crimson Tide defeated Texas A&M, 49-42. "Nobody wants to be obedient now," said Saban, who compared the situation to dog owners failing to obey leash laws. "The sign says: 'Keep your dog on a leash,' and you're walking your dog on a leash, and somebody else's dog is trying to bite your pants legs off. Why is that dog not on a leash? Because I'm gonna do what I want to do. I'm not going to do what I'm coached to do ... so if you're supposed to look at your man, and you're looking in the backfield, that's not gonna get it."