Alabama finally got a night kickoff in Week 8, giving the school an opportunity to show off its new LED light system at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Fans in attendance for Saturday night’s Alabama-Tennessee game certainly noticed the lights change color and sync to music. College football fans watching on TV probably noticed that the broadcast of the Third Saturday in October game had a different brightness and color temperature to it than many of Saturday’s other college football games. After the Crimson Tide’s win over the Volunteers, coach Nick Saban shared his thoughts on the new lights.

“I kinda liked the lights and all that. I know somebody’s going to ask me that,” Saban said in the opening statement of his press conference. “As long as they’ve got the good ones on when we’re playing, I’m good. They seem to do a pretty good job of choreographing all that.”

Alabama will get to show off the lights again next Saturday when Alabama hosts Arkansas. Kickoff for that game is set for 6 p.m. CT.