■ The last time Kentucky won a road game was at Louisville in 2010.
■ How the 2014 season is remembered rides on if UK can finish with a win and become bowl eligible when its visits Papa John's Stadium on Nov. 29.
■ Kentucky may have progressed since last season, but it has regressed since Game 6 of this year. In all areas. Does that regression affect recruiting?
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■ Who would have imagined that 23 games into the Air Raid offense, Kentucky's go-to play would be Towles running up the middle?
NUMBERS DON'T LIE
21: Consecutive road losses for UK. One more chance this year at Louisville.
126: Points allowed by the UK defense in the first half of its five-game losing streak.
14.6: Yards Tennessee averaged per play on its first drive.
315: Tennessee yards in the first half.
19: Tennessee first downs in the first half.
4: Age of UK offensive coordinator Neal Brown the last time Kentucky won at Tennessee (1984).
8: Number of times Tennessee has scored 50 or more points against UK since 1994.
1: Punts forced by UK over their last seven quarters (four against Georgia, first three against Tennessee).
113: Points allowed by Kentucky in those seven quarters.