Kyle Trask is having a banner season even in limited duty against overmatched teams. The Florida backup-turned-starter has come out to a blistering start. On Saturday against Towson, Trask was 13-for-13 for 139 yards in a 17-0 halftime lead.

That follows up games against Tennessee and late entry into the Kentucky game when he completed 71 percent of his passes for 459 yards, with three touchdown and two interceptions. It has caused some to question why Dan Mullen chose Feleipe Franks over Trask to start the season.

While some fans questioned Trask’s pocket awareness, the results have looked good so far.

Here’s some reaction to Trask’s first half against Towson: