LEXINGTON, Kentucky (Ticker) -- Keith Bogans' final home game turned into a laugher for second-ranked Kentucky.
Bogans was held to nine points but moved into sixth place on the school's all-time scoring list as the Wildcats crushed Vanderbilt, 106-44, in a Southeastern Conference contest.
Honored before the game along with fellow seniors Marquis Estill and Jules Camara, Bogans raised his career point total to 1,806, passing Kevin Grevey. He needs 37 to join the school's top five.
"It was very special to me," Bogans said of his tenure at Kentucky. "I have a lot of great memories. If I could play another game here, I would love to."
"We're really happy to be the Southeastern Conference champions," Kentucky coach Tubby Smith added. "Obviously, our team came out very focused and completely ready to play. It was a great game for our seniors. Their leadership has been outstanding all year long."
With the contest settled early, the Wildcats enjoyed plenty of garbage time. Twelve different players scored for Kentucky (25-3, 15-0 SEC), which stretched the nation's longest current winning streak to 19 games.
Erik Daniels scored a career-high 20 points and Estill added 17 for the Wildcats. The three seniors combined for 34 points and 19 rebounds in their final appearance at Rupp Arena.
Kentucky improved to 26-0 all-time against Vanderbilt at Rupp Arena and will look to complete an undefeated SEC season Saturday at Florida. The Wildcats already have clinched their 42nd SEC regular-season championship.
"I will always remember this game," Camara said. "I remember the other games but this one was really special for me. This was the first game that my mom got to come and see me play, so it meant a lot to me for her to come support me."
Matt Freije led Vanderbilt (10-16, 3-12) with just nine points, all in the first half. The Commodores have lost eight straight.
The Wildcats led, 48-29, at the intermission, then poured it on in the second half, outscoring Vanderbilt, 58-15.
"Everybody came out and played with fire tonight," Estill said. "We all had a great game and we were having fun out there."
Kentucky shot 52 percent from the field (43-of-82) while holding the Commodores to just under 31 percent (19-of-62). The Wildcats also held a 56-34 edge on the board and converted 23 Vanderbilt turnovers into 38 points.
"We were overwhelmed, physically and mentally, from the beginning," Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings said. "It only continued to get worse."
Seldom-used freshman Kelenna Azubuike contributed a season-high 16 points and Gerald Fitch chipped in with 15 for the Wildcats, who jumped out to a 15-2 lead in the first four minutes and never trailed.
"We're having a great season and we're winning and that's what we care about," Azubuike said. "I'm not going out focused on scoring. I just came ready to play tonight. I was feeling good in warmups and it carried over."
Kentucky posted its most lopsided win since a 96-32 victory over Morehead State on December 16, 1995. It was their largest margin of victory against an SEC foe since a 143-66 drubbing of Georgia on February 27, 1956.
"You never try to demean an opponent, and that made it tough," Smith said. "Kevin Stallings has done an excellent job with that team. We were just clicking on all cylinders. They have been struggling recently and we've been playing so well. You always want to be a good sport, and I think we did. We win with class and play with class."
Kentucky started the second half with a 14-2 spurt, taking a 62-31 lead on Estill's 3-pointer with 15:55 remaining. The Wildcats never let up, reeling off 20 straight points during one stretch to make it 95-40 on Azubuike's 3-pointer with 5:55 to go.
"I never believe in throwing in the towel but I think our players played with a lack of emotion, fight and intensity for the first time this season," Stallings said. "It affected everything we did."
The final score represented Kentucky's biggest margin.
"This was probably the toughest loss of my basketball life," Vanderbilt forward Julian Terrell said. "We just let it get away too quickly. They built the lead to 62 at one point, and that's something that just can't happen in basketball."