What an absolute beatdown by Kentucky. A top-tier performance by Will Levis, and a do-or-die showing by the fanbase.
At one point in the game, Kentucky led 35-7. The Cats also kept the Tigers scoreless in the first half at 14-0, even extending it to 21-0 before LSU put some points on the board. The final score resulted in a 42-21 win.
Will Levis finished with 145 passing yard on 14/17 completions, and 5 touchdowns. For the first game of his Kentucky career, he did not throw an interception.
Kentucky manhandled LSU on both sides of the ball, for nearly the entire game. 474 total yards of offense (145 passing, 329 rushing), with absolute domination.
The Cats move 6-0 on the season, 4-0 in the hardest conference in America, and will be knocking on the door of a top-ten ranking next week. This team has came to play in all six games this season, and is making history as one of the greatest teams in program history. A new quarterback, arguably it's biggest offensive weapon in Wan'Dale Robinson from the transfer portal, and a brand new offensive coordinator in Liam Coen - you'd be surprised they had this figured out and dialed in so quickly. This offense has been so fun to watch, and has went to head to head with anyone its came in contact with.
The Cats are 6-0 for the first time since 1950, and is headed to Athens to take on Georgia with a good fight next week. While we aren't likely to move to 7-0, we have the best chance we've ever had going into the annual matchup, and until kickoff, I'm going to talk my trash because my team is still UNDEFEATED. We deserve this excitement. Don't hold back.