Kentucky assistant coach Vince Marrow didn’t mince words when defending his starting quarterback Saturday evening.

Kentucky fell to 4-1 against Ole Miss in Oxford Saturday. Will Levis struggled, fumbling away Kentucky’s final chance to tie or convert the go-ahead score with 1 minutes remaining. The Wildcats fell all the same, 22-19.

Marrow heard the noise and is sick of it:

Levis has some of the most potential of any quarterback in the nation, but he is far from a finished product. His fumble wasn’t his only misfire of the night – he also fumbled earlier in the game. He’s struggled with turnovers all season, having thrown 4 interceptions on the year along with 3 fumbles.

And so he is human. The Wildcats look to bounce back next week against South Carolina.