1 — Offensive touchdowns Tennessee scored against Charlotte. The Vols only rushed for 20 yards last week.
2 — Interceptions thrown by Jarrett Guarantano by this season. Tua is the only SEC starting quarterback with fewer interceptions.
3 — Points Kentucky beat Tennessee by last year at Kroger Field after Stephen Johnson’s late diving touchdown was followed by an incredible two-point play.
4 — Kentucky could become just the fourth team since 1987 to win in Knoxville and Gainesville in the same season.
14 — Where Tennessee ranks in many SEC offensive categories.
41 — Each team converts 41 percent of their third downs.
49.3 — Penalties yards a game by Tennessee, the second-fewest in the SEC. UK is second in the SEC (18th nationally) in penalty yards committed by opponents.
109 — Tennessee’s national sack rate ranking. That means the Vols are terrible at protecting Guarantano. It also means that Josh Allen, the SEC’s leader in quarterback pressures, is going to have a field day.