Talking points and key numbers from Kentucky's 78-63 victory over Arkansas on Sunday in the championship game of the Southeastern Conference Tournament at Nashville:
■ This Kentucky team has already etched itself into the records books. Six more wins and it could be compared to some of the great teams of all time.
■ John Calipari said weeks ago he was ready for the season to end and to get to the tournament. Get it on.
■ Bobby Portis was the Southeastern Conference Player of the Year. Willie Cauley-Stein made his case in Nashville.
■ Aaron Harrison looks like he may be starting to turn it up. Sound familiar?
■ Everyone keeps trying to figure out the recipe to beat the Cats. Does it exist?
■ For the past month, UK has gone to Karl-Anthony Towns when the offense bogged down. They struggled a little offensively against Arkansas when he had to sit with foul trouble.
■ The Cats dominated this tournament with Towns not even at his best.
NUMBERS DON'T LIE
■ Arkansas started the game making three of its first five three-pointers. After that, it made one of eight.
■ The Razorbacks hit 65.2 percent from the field in the second half and lost big.
■ Tyler Ulis played 34 minutes. Three Cats played at least 30.
■ UK made 21 of 27 foul shots and seven of 12 three-point shots.
■ Andrew Harrison had two three-pointers 99 seconds into the game.
■ The game was more than eight minutes old before Michael Qualls, Arkansas' second-leading scorer, entered the game. He ended up carrying Arkansas.
■ Towns picked up his fourth foul with 14:08 left.
■ UK had 14 baskets and 12 assists in the first half. Arkansas had two assists.
■ Aaron Harrison had six assists in the first half; Cauley-Stein eight rebounds.
■ UK led by 16 at the half in both games against Arkansas.
■ The teams started the game hitting seven of their first nine three-pointers.
It's on to the Big Dance.