"Just keep working on my footwork and getting the ball out faster," Sims told the satellite radio audience. "I think one thing that everybody's going to see that I'm working on right now that they will see at LSU is that I will be getting the ball out much faster."
Sims said he plays within the system with room to be creative.
"But when things aren't open, I try to use my ability to extend the play, them guys get open, it gives you more of an opportunity to stay on the field on third down," Sims said. "That has done very well for us."
Saban continues to like what he's seeing from Sims, but sees a few specific things to fix in the bye week.
"He's very instinctive," Saban said. "But most of the time when we have a bad play, it's self-inflicted. I mean, we're in the wrong formation. We didn't call the play right. Or we didn't read things right."