Kentucky women's basketball coach Matthew Mitchell knew his sixth-ranked Wildcats would face a demanding task when they visited No. 1-ranked and defending national champion Baylor on Tuesday night.
He probably didn't expect the 34-point thrashing his team took in Waco, Texas.
Like it or not, the Cats have to move on. That process begins Saturday when High Point tries to challenge Kentucky's 21-game home winning streak.
"We are looking forward to getting back on the court," Mitchell said. "We suffered a disappointing defeat down in Waco on Tuesday so we have come back and really tried to work and continue to progress and (Saturday) is an important step in our team's development."
Kentucky shot just 27.1 percent from the field in its 85-51 loss at Baylor, its worst shooting performance since 2008.
The Cats will look to get senior guard A'dia Mathies rolling again after a 3-for-18 night (12 points) in Waco.
Mathies needs 19 points to move into the top 10 on UK's all-time scoring list. She ranks 11th with 1,463 points.
High Point opened the season with an 85-76 win over East Tennessee State and a 64-62 loss at Furman.
Led by first-year coach DeUnna Hendrix, High Point was picked to finish second in the Big South by the league's head coaches. The Panthers were 20-13 last season.