Talking points, numbers from top-ranked Kentucky's 58-50 victory over No. 4 Louisville in the KFC Yum Center on Saturday.
■ After Willie Cauley-Stein scored with 18:36 left in the game, UK freshmen scored 22 of the next 23 points.
■ One would have thought experience would have been on the side of Andrew Harrison. He struggled all afternoon.
■ A key decision that helped decide this game came when when Trey Lyles chose Kentucky over Louisville.
■ Early on, UK was able to go inside. That became difficult when the perimeter defense of Louisville forced UK out of its offense.
■ It was Tyler Ulis and the UK freshmen who played with the most composure in the rivalry game.
■ Undefeated now becomes the hot topic of discussion.
NUMBERS DON'T LIE
■ Louisville had one assist.
■ Andrew Harrison had six turnovers and one basket.
■ The Cards shot 21 percent in the first half and were outrebounded by nine but trailed by only four points.
■ Trey Lyles (30) and Devin Booker (28) led UK in minutes played.
■ Louisville turned the ball over four times in the first four minutes. The Cards did not commit another in the first half.
■ Montrezl Harrell (nine points) was held to single digits for the first time this season.
■ The Cards won the turnover battle 18-9 but lost points off turnovers 16-14.
■ Shaqquan Aaron had played five minutes all season for Louisville before entering the game and hitting a three-pointer early. It was his first shot of the year. The Cards did not make another three-pointer until 2:16 was left in the game.
■ The Harrison twins were 1-for-8 shooting in the first half.
■ While the game was physical, it was 11 minutes old before a free throw was shot. UK did not shoot one until 14:27 remained in the game.
■ Lyles was the only UK player with more than one field goal in the first half. He had three.
■ UK led 22-18 at the half. In the football game between the rivals last month, the Cards led 21-20 at the half.
■ UK had 27 bench points, Louisville 3.
Southeastern Conference play awaits. First up is Mississippi on Jan. 6 in Rupp Arena. The Rebels are 8-3. That includes an 81-74 home-court loss to Western Kentucky.