The Gators, who never trailed in the game, led by double-digits for most of the contest and by as many as 17 points in the second half. The Vols cut the lead to nine, 51-42, on a Thaydeus Holden three-pointer with 10:37 remaining, but could get no closer.
Bonner has often caused problems for the Vols as was the case tonight. His 15 first-half points led the Gators to a 36-23 halftime advantage.
Slay became just the 26th player in UT history to score at least 1200 career points in the game and now ranks 24th on the Vols' all-time scoring list with 1212 points.
Florida (14-2, 3-0 SEC) extended its homecourt winning streak to 13 games dating back to last season. The Gators are 9-0 at home this season.
Tennessee, coming off a 1-1 SEC road trip, returns home Saturday against intrastate rival Vanderbilt in a 7:30 p.m. (EST) tipoff at Thompson-Boling Arena.