Three Connecticut natives were starting quarterbacks in major college football games this weekend. Will Levis of Madison and Xavier High led Kentucky to their 19th straight non-conference victory by recording his sixth 300+ yard passing game. New Canaan's Drew Pyne finished 24 of 34 for 289 yards and three touchdowns, all three are career bests to lead Notre Dame Plus an update on Glastonbury's Tyler Van Dyke. Here\u2019s a deeper look into each quarterback\u2019s performances. Will Levis, Kentucky Levis led No. 8 Kentucky to a 31-23 win over Northern Illinois for the Wildcats their 19th straight non-conference victory, the longest active streak in the nation.\u00a0 He completed 18 of 26 passes for 303 yards, marking Levis\u2019 sixth 300+ yard passing game for Kentucky, which ranks fourth in program history. Levis threw four touchdowns, one in each quarter, connecting on two each with Tayvion Robinson and true freshman Barion Brown. \u201cWill Levis played an extremely good game once again,\u201d head coach Mark Stoops told reporters. \u201cThey were bringing a lot of pressures and we made them pay for it with the pressures. We got them protected and hit the ball downfield with some explosive plays. That was good to see.\u201d Drew Pyne, Notre Dame After scoring 24 points in the second quarter, Notre Dame bested North Carolina 45-23 on Saturday. In Pyne\u2019s second career start he finished 24 of 34 for 289 yards and threw three touchdowns, all career bests for the New Canaan alum.\u00a0 Pyne exploited the Tar Heels\u2019 defense as he completed passes to seven receivers with connections of 13 or more yards to five different players. With Pyne spear-heading the offense, the Fighting Irish scored on six-straight offensive possessions that accumulated to five touchdowns and a field goal. \u201cYou saw last week and the first half Drew makes the right decisions. It's never a decision making issue. It's the execution early in the game last week,\u201d head coach Marcus Freeman told reporters. \u201cToday again he continued to make good decisions when he executed football where it was supposed to be and some guys made some plays. And so he's going to always be prepared. He's going to always know what to do, the continuous challenge for him to execute the right way.\u201d Tyler Van Dyke, Miami One of the most shocking outcomes to come from Saturday was Miami's 45-31 loss to Middle Tennessee. The game did not start off well for Van Dyke as his first two passes resulted in interceptions, the second of which was returned for a touchdown by the Middle Tennessee defense. Overall Van Dyke completed 16 of 32 passes for 189 yards and one touchdown. Van Dyke only attempted three passes of at least 20 yards past the line of scrimmage early when the Hurricanes trailed 17-3 in the first quarter, . It was in the third quarter that head coach Mario Cristobal turned to Jake Garcia, the back-up QB. He led a touchdown drive in his first series and finished the game 10 of 19 for 169 yards. \u201cOver 65 percent of his receiving production is gone and then an injury to Xavier [Restrepo] is having us get all the guys that are working hard to get better,\u201d Cristobal told reporters about Van Dyke. \u201cSo we\u2019ve got to do a better job setting him up for success and moving things offensively that allow us to have a more successful, more productive passing game.\u201d Van Dyke and the coaching staff will be given two weeks to sort everything out as the Hurricanes have an upcoming bye week before facing North Carolina.