The Tennessee Lady Vols got balanced scoring on Sunday afternoon in Knoxville as they took a blowout victory over Kentucky. The Lady Vols led by as many as 31 points and finished ahead 84-58.
Rae Burrell and Tess Darby connected on multiple rainbow threes and Keyen Green was tough under the basket after Tamari Key went out late in the second quarter with a right ankle injury and did not return. Green and Darby had 14 each, while Burrell scored 11.
Jordan Walker added 10 and Jordan Horston and Alexus Dye scored nine each.
Kentucky led early in the game behind Cleveland's Rhyne Howard, who finished with 24. Tennessee righted the ship with a big 27-point second quarter.
The Lady Vols led 38-27 at intermission.
Tennessee improves to 17-1 and still has a spotless record in the SEC.