No one associated with the Kentucky football program was pleased with how the Wildcats played Saturday in a 28-23 come-from-behind win over FCS opponent UT Chattanooga.

After the game, Kentucky coach Mark Stoops acknowledged that it wasn’t a great day for his team.

“We didn’t compliment each other,” Stoops said. “We didn’t play complimentary football today.”

While the Wildcats are now 3-0 on the season, tougher tests await, including a trip to South Carolina next weekend.

And at least one Kentucky player is promising a better showing than his team put forth against the Moccasins.

“Proud of how we finished, but best believe that we’re showing up as a different team in Columbia,” tweeted Wildcats quarterback Will Levis. “Onto the next one. Let’s go.”

Levis, a 6-3, 232-pound junior, completed 23-of-35 passes Saturday for 254 yards, and 2 touchdowns, but he also threw 2 interceptions.

Kentucky’s matchup with the Gamecocks is set for 7 p.m. EST next Saturday night and will be broadcast on ESPN2.