Saturday ushered in a new era of Kentucky Wildcats football, with Liam Coen coaching his first game as offensive coordinator.
After many seasons without a dominant passing attack, Will Levis came out and threw for 360+ yards with four touchdowns, with two of those going to the hometown kid, Wan’Dale Robinson.
Yes, it was just Louisiana-Monroe, a team that went winless in 2020 and had not held a lead in any game since 2019, but the new offense looked good for week one of the 2021 season. The Wildcats posted 564 yards of total offense, including having two 100-yard receivers in the same game for the first time since 2011 against Ole Miss. Josh Ali had a career-high in yards.
So we want you to grade Kentucky’s Week 1 performance.
After a fanbase clamoring for change, change was made. So how was that change? How did Liam Coen do in his debut? How was Will Levis and Wan’Dale Robinson?
What grade would you give Kentucky for week one?
This poll is closed
F (c’mon, really?)