Talking points and key numbers from Kentucky's 64-51 victory over Cincinnati in the third round of the NCAA Tournament at the KFC Yum Center in Louisville on Saturday:
■ Willie Cauley-Stein did not get a lot done in the first half but THAT dunk seemed to flip the switch on for his team.
■ At some point you have to think UK is going to need Devin Booker to find that sweet stroke.
■ For a few moments the Bearcats seemed to get under UK's skin and it got chippy, but in the end UK showed the needed composure.
■ The Harrison twins and Tyler Ulis gave UK exceptional play when needed most.
■ Karl-Anthony Towns affected the game in a lot of ways despite taking only four shots.
NUMBERS DON'T LIE
■ Towns scored eight of UK's first 10 points. He had eight points with 11:30 to go in the first half. He did not score again.
■ UK turned the ball over only seven times.
■ UK blocked nine shots.
■ Outside of Aaron Harrison, UK made one three-pointer.
■ The Bearcats won the boards (45-38) and had 21 offensive rebounds.
■ Only seven Wildcats played more than eight minutes. Tyler Ulis played 34.
■ The Bearcats started the second half shooting 3-for-18.
■ UK's first lead came with 8:34 left in the first half.
■ UK started the game shooting 1-for-9 and 6-for-23.
■ In the first half, the Bearcats' bench outscored UK's 12-6.
■ UK shot 34 percent in the first half; Cincinnati 42 percent.
■ First-half free throws made: Kentucky 9, Cincinnati 0. The Bearcats did not attempt one.
■ Andrew Harrison had no points, assists or turnovers in the first half.
On Thursday in Cleveland, Kentucky will play the winner of Sunday's game between Maryland (28-6) and West Virginia (24-9). UK is 9-5 all-time against Maryland. The last time the teams met in the NCAA Tournament, Maryland beat UK 78-68 in 2002. UK is 14-5 against West Virginia. The Mountaineers eliminated UK from the 2010 NCAA Tournament while UK took out West Virginia in the 2011 tourney.