Iowa forward Keegan Murray is playing like he’s from another planet right now, and his scorching start to the season continued Monday night.

Facing Western Michigan to start the week, Murray put up 22 points in the first half of action alone. He finished the half 7-for-9 from the field while nailing all 6 free-throw attempts.

Remarkably, it is already Murray’s 3rd first half of the season with 20+ points and his 4th half in double figures:

Coming into Monday’s game, Murray was averaging 25.5 points per game while scoring 24+ in every game. Murray is already on his way to a new season-high with 28 points with 15 minutes left to go in the game vs. the Broncos.

Murray is just the 3rd player from a major conference with at least 24 points in the first 4 games of a season since 2006:

How long can Murray keep things rolling? The Hawkeyes will get Portland State next before a tough test against Virginia on Nov. 29.