Kentucky leads the series, 27-21, and the
Wildcats have won 10 of the last 11 vs. the Hoosiers.
UK's all-time record in Louisville is 115-30, including 10-4 vs. Indiana.
UK's all-time record in Freedom Hall is 51-16.
UK is 9-4 vs. Indiana in Freedom Hall and has won seven straight vs. Indiana in this arena.
UK is 91-32 all-time against current members of the Big Ten Conference.
Indiana shot 38 percent from the field today. Kentucky has held the opponent under 50 percent shooting in 39 consecutive games. < li>Indiana's first two-point basket of the second half came at the 8:20 mark on Marshall Strickland's steal and driving layup. IU made only nine of 27 (33 percent) two-point shots during the game.
UK won points in the paint, 38-10. UK has won all six games this season when winning points in the paint.
UK won bench points, 21-6. UK has won the bench points in all seven games this season.
UK had 17 assists on its 25 baskets.
Kentucky had a season-low 11 turnovers.
Key run: Indiana pulled within 42-37 on A. J. Ratliff's three, but Kelenna Azubuike replied with a quick three in transition, sparking a 16-2 run that gave the Wildcats a 58-39 lead.
Kentucky helped maintain the lead by making 13 of its last 14 free throw attempts.
Shagari Alleyne has had solid back-to-back games. Against Indiana, he had 10 points, five rebounds, two assists, and four blocked shots in a season-high 21 minutes. In this week's two games he totaled 21 points, 13 rebounds, two assists, and 10 blocks in 38 minutes.
Kelenna Azubuike made the three-pointer that began UK's 16-2 second-half run and also tied a career high with four assists.
Chuck Hayes had a game-high nine rebounds and has led UK in rebounding in all seven games this season.
Kentucky returns to action in the same venue on Sat. Dec. 18 vs. Louisville. The game will be at noon and can be viewed a live on a national cablecast on ESPN.