Dominate isn't a big enough word to describe what Tennessee has done to the rest of the Southeastern Conference this season.
"Not only did they go undefeated, they didn't play but three close games all year," Louisiana State Coach Van Chancellor said of No. 4 Tennessee.
The SEC Tournament begins Thursday at Nashville. They might as well call it the Lady Vols Invitational.
It's certainly theirs to lose.
"I'd think they'd be about as heavy a favorite as there's ever been in the Southeastern Conference," said Chancellor, who has coached for 23 seasons in the league.
Tennessee comes into the tournament 16-0 in conference play. The Vols have won 19 in a row.
They just swept the major SEC coaches' awards this week, earning Coach, Player and Freshman of the Year.
But don't tell the Vols players that.
"We've got to be very focused and be a team on a mission," Coach Pat Summitt said this week. "If they're satisfied with what they've already accomplished, we're going to be going home early.
"We've got to keep reminding them of what they have done, but how much more they can do."
This season, what they've been is, well, dominant.
"They've been very dominant," Kentucky Coach Matthew Mitchell corrected.
Tennessee (28-2) has won its conference games by an average of 24.4 points while holding league teams to just 51.7 points per game.
They are atop nearly every statistical category in the conference with four players averaging in double figures and seven averaging 7.4 points or more.
"They're shooting the basketball so well," Chancellor said of the Vols. "They've got depth, size, shooters. I don't know of anything they don't have."
As a team, they're hitting 46 percent of their shots and 36.5 percent from three-point range.
They have been tested just three times in conference play, earning eight-point wins at LSU and at Vanderbilt.
No. 16 Kentucky, the tournament's second seed, has come the closest to upending the Vols, getting to within six points before losing in Memorial Coliseum on Feb. 7.
The Cats, who will start the tournament on Friday playing the winner of Alabama and LSU, are on the opposite side of the bracket and would love another shot at the Vols after falling to them in the title game last season in Georgia.
Just getting to the championship game last season helped his team immensely, Mitchell said.
It probably improved UK's NCAA Tournament seeding.
And it gave them a lot of confidence moving forward.
"It's such a great opportunity to win a tough tournament," he said. "And you know you've played some good basketball when you can beat SEC competition three days in a row. We'd love to be in that position. We'd love to be there."
This time, though, they'd prefer not to be the team in second place.
"Nothing would be greater than cutting down some nets on Sunday in Nashville," Mitchell said. "That's the mind-set we have going in."