BATON ROUGE, La. — Running some numbers on Kentucky’s 41-3 loss at LSU.
* Kentucky allowed 303 rushing yards, most since Florida rushed for 405 in 2011.
* LSU’s 51 rushing attempts most by a UK opponent since Western Kentucky rushed 51 times in an overtime win over the Cats in 2012. In a regulation game, it was the most since Vanderbilt rushed 56 times (203 yards) in 2011.
* Kentucky rushed for a season-low 71 yards. Previous low was 81 at Florida.
* UK averaged 2.63 yards rushing Saturday compared to 2.45 against Florida.
* Kentucky gained just 217 total yards, fewest since 2011 in blowout 59-17 loss at Georgia last year.
* Kentucky passed for a season-low 146 yards. Previous low was 170 against Ohio University.
* UK did not score an offensive touchdown for the first time since the Florida game Sept. 28 of last season.
* LSU gained 163 yards on five kick returns — 114 on four punt returns and 49 on one kickoff return. LSU’s Tre’Davious White scored on a 67-yard punt return in the first quarter.
* LSU threw just 15 passes, fewest against UK since Miami of Ohio threw 14 last season. It was the fewest by an SEC opponent since Georgia threw 12 in 2010.
* Patrick Towles was 19-of-36 for 146 yards without a touchdown or an interception. That figures to a passer rating of 86.84, lowest of the season. His previous low was 111.55 against Ohio University.
* Kentucky did not commit a turnover, yet lost by 38 points.
* LSU running back Terrence McGee rushed for 127 yards on just nine carries. UK’s leading rusher was Mikel Horton.
* LSU has won its last 12 games in which it has a 100-yard rusher.
* Kentucky still hasn’t won three consecutive SEC games since 2006.