> Maybe this was another sign times are changing and these are not the Cats of old. Would past UK teams have rebounded as quickly after coming out flat?
> Bud Dupree. His first-half play (1.5 sacks and a blocked field goal) ignited a flat team and provided the lift coaches hope for from a senior.
> Is it realistic to even start talking about conference races for this team?
NUMBERS DON'T LIE
75: Yards Williams returned the opening kickoff - UK's longest returnsince 2009.
61: Total yards for UK in the first quarter in 19 plays.
1: UK paid ULM $1 million to come to Commonwealth Stadium.
65: Number of seconds it took UK to turn a 14-3 deficit into a 17-14 lead.
4: Defensive touchdowns now scored by UK, the most since 2008. UKscored none last year.
1/12: UK's conversion rate on third down.
55: Combined rushing yards for both teams in the first half.
19: Career sacks by Dupree (tied second all-time at UK).
80: Total yards by ULM in second and third quarters after gaining 119 in first.
179: All-purpose yards for Williams (one kickoff return and seven carries).
10: Numbers of fumbles by both teams (one lost).