KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (Ticker) -- With or without Tamika Catchings, Tennesse is too much for Kentucky.
Semeka Randall scored 11 points and Gwen Jackson and Tasha Butts added 10 apiece as the third-ranked Volunteers cruised to a 83-39 Southeastern Conference victory over the Wildcats.
Tennessee (20-1, 8-0 SEC) has won four straight since Catchings suffered a season-ending knee injury against Mississippi State on January 15.
The Lady Vols won their two games against Kentucky this season by an average of 58 points. On January 21, Tennessee crushed the Wildcats, 110-38, in Lexington, handing Kentucky its worst loss in school history.
It was not quite as bad on Saturday, but Kentucky was never in the game, shooting just 30 percent (15-of-52) from the field. The Lady Vols built a 46-16 lead at halftime.
Thirteen players scored at least two points for Tennessee, which forced 29 turnovers en route to its ninth straight victory.
Selia Helm scored 10 points for Kentucky (5-14, 1-7), which snapped a six-game losing streak with a 71-64 victory over Alabama in its last contest.