Yes, I’m already overreacting. Louisiana-Monroe is a really bad football team. It was 0-10 last season. That’s why the Warhawks hired Terry Bowden as the next head coach.

That takes away nothing, however, to how good Kentucky has looked through the first half Saturday. Yes, the first drive was rough, as new quarterback Will Levis’ first pass was deflected and intercepted. ULM scored to open the game and led the Cats 7-0.

That was short lived, and Liam Coen’s offensive unit got on a roll. Kentucky leads ULM 28-7 at halftime.

Levis, the Penn State transfer, returned to throw a bomb to Nebraska transfer Wan’Dale Robinson, and the quarterback looks to be a problem for SEC defenses this season. The guy who eats whole bananas — peels and all — can really spin it. Kentucky averaged 121.5 passing yards per game last year, and already through the first half, Levis has thrown for 246 yards and 3 touchdowns. It’s worth noting that Kentucky’s offensive line has blocked really well so far.

Wan’Dale Robinson also has the ability to score a touchdown every time he touches it. He’s dynamic and explosive no matter where he lines up. Robinson caught 5 passes for 125 yards and 2 touchdowns in the first half. Kentucky hasn’t had a deep threat like Robinson maybe ever.

Fellow wide receiver Josh Ali also surpassed a career high receiving yards in the first half. He caught 4 passes for 112 yards and 1 touchdown. It was a 58-yard bomb, too.

Yes, it’s early in the season, but this offensive unit looks efficient and has a full cast of playmakers that it hasn’t had in a long time.

While Georgia is the SEC East’s favorite, Kentucky is going to make some serious noise in the division, assuming its pieces can stay healthy.