It was another blowout for the University of Louisville basketball team.
The Cardinals led the country in margin of victory coming into the game at 30.6 points a game and blew past that with a 94-57 victory over Kennesaw State before 19,288 fans at the KFC Yum Center.
Damion Lee scored 18 points for the Cardinals and had seven rebounds, while Chinanu Onuaku had 16 points and seven rebounds. Trey Lewis chipped in 13 points and Donovan Mitchell added 10 points and seven rebounds.
Sophomore Quinton Snider had nine points and eight assists in 21 minutes.
The Cardinals (8-1) are second nationally in scoring defense but Rick Pitino said the "competition gets better" starting on Saturday when Western Kentucky visits the Yum Center.