Maybe Kentucky should rethink its zip code.
For one game every season, the No. 7 Cats play away from their cozy Memorial Coliseum home and head downtown to Rupp Arena.
On Friday night, Kentucky seemed fond of its temporary housing, starting the game with a 37-9 run before drubbing DePaul 96-64 in front of a record crowd of 18,488.
"We just want to thank you for making history tonight," UK Coach Matthew Mitchell told the crowd after the game. "We love you."
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The day before, Mitchell had no love for Kentucky's offensive focus or lack thereof in its games this season, including a squeaker at Louisville on Sunday.
Kentucky (7-1) showed plenty of focus early, starting the game on a 25-2 run and never looking back.
Four Kentucky players finished in double figures, including DeNesha Stallworth and Samarie Walker, who each had double-doubles.
If A'dia Mathis had stayed in the game and gotten one more rebound, it would've been the first time since 1989 that three Kentucky players recorded double-doubles in a game.
The senior guard had 17 points and nine boards in the win, the Cats' sixth in a row. It also was UK's 26th straight win at home and its 35th straight victory over a non-conference opponent in Lexington.
Stallworth had career highs of 17 points and 13 rebounds. Walker added a game-high 18 points and 10 boards for Kentucky, which won the rebounding battle 48-33.
Jasmine Penny led the Blue Demons (6-3) with 16 points. Former Lexington Christian standout Anna Martin added 14 points and Brittany Hrynko 13 points.