Campbell - arguably Kentucky's most lightly regarded opponent during the last 10 seasons - has lost 39 of its last 40 road games.
Smith is 200-53 in eight seasons at Kentucky and 324-115 in 14 seasons overall with the Wildcats, Georgia and Tulsa. He is the fourth coach to win at least 200 games at Kentucky, joining Adolph Rupp, Joe B. Hall and Rick Pitino.
Kentucky made 10 of its first 11 shots and never trailed. The Wildcats led 24-4 9 minutes into the game, as Morris went 5-of-5 from the field during that stretch.
Campbell made only two of its first 21 shots and shot 16.7 percent from the field in the half. The Camels didn't reach double digits on the scoreboard until 1:05 before halftime.
Kentucky led 45-11 at the half. Campbell's point total was the lowest by a Kentucky opponent in a first half since Dec. 20, 1983 - before the shot clock era began - when the Wildcats led Cincinnati 11-7.
Campbell used a 20-3 run - highlighted by a four-point play by Anthony Atkinson - to pull within 51-33 with 10:36 left, but came no closer after Kentucky's starters re-entered the game.
Atkinson led Campbell with 14 points, going 5-of-10 from the field, and Comerlee Poole had nine points and nine rebounds. The Camels shot 28.6 percent from the field.
The Camels, who play in the Atlantic Sun Conference, are 1-26 all-time against current SEC teams.