Kentucky is 2-10 overall, 0-8 in the Southeastern Conference. Tennessee is 5-7 overall, 1-7 in league play.
Tennessee leads the series 75-24-9, including 40-10-6 in games played in Knoxville.
A total of 19 Kentucky seniors participated in their final collegiate game today.
UK scored on its opening possession for the second consecutive game and the third time of 2012.
UK blocked its fourth kick of the year and its third PAT attempt of 2012.
Farrington Huguenin was credited with the block, the first UK block since Collins Ukwu’s PAT block vs. Missouri in 2012.
Kentucky entered the game having played the toughest schedule in the nation, according to the Colley Matrix computer ratings, a component of the BCS rankings.
Kentucky fielded one of the nation’s youngest teams, playing 14 true freshmen and 27 total (true and redshirt) frosh. UK was fourth in the nation in total freshmen played, sixth in the number of true freshmen played.
UK held a 261-234 advantage in total yards at halftime, outgaining the Vols 125-62 in rushing yards.
The Wildcats collected 412 yards of total offense, their third-best offensive outing in 2012.
Senior WR La’Rod King caught a career-high 10 balls for 78 yards.
He finished his career with 1,706 yards receiving, passing Randall Cobb for sixth-most in UK career receiving history.
King had 134 career catches, seventh-most in school history.