1.) Go at Anthony Davis on the block. He's an unbelievable weakside shot blocker. He's not so great one on one with a physical post. Maymon, Hall, Stokes (maybe), and Yemi or Miller have to really go at him in hopes of getting him in foul trouble. Otherwise, he simply eliminates any drives to the basket. 2.) Control dribble penetration. This is what UK's whole offense is predicated on. You control dribble penetration, you control Davis's ability to get putbacks and make them win the game shooting jumpers. 3.) Related to #2, defensive rebounding is an absolute must. If UK gets tons of offensive rebounds, we have no chance. #2 is critical to this; controlling dribble penetration and boxing out will be key. 4.) Don't let Terrence Jones come out of his slump against us by giving him easy looks. This means: let him stand out on the perimeter like a jackass and crank up threes. When he's in the paint, make him turn over that left shoulder to his right hand, and life will be tough on Jones in the paint. If we let him go over his right shoulder to his left hand, he'll have his way. 5.) Guard Lamb and Darius Miller from the arc. Allow everyone else to fire at will. 6.) Offensively, attack from the inside out as we have been doing the past two games. Get Maymon plenty of looks early. 7.) One of the schizophrenic duo of Cam Tatum and McRae has to show up offensively. Both of them can't just do nothing on the offensive end like they did in Starkville, or we will have absolutely no shot at an upset. 8.) Trae Golden must keep playing at his current level. Right now, he's playing as well offensively as any PG in the League, and that must continue tomorrow afternoon. That means consistent shot making and letting the game come to him. That's been the key to him getting out of the slump he suffered early in the season. 9.) Renaldo Woolridge, much to my surprise, is helping this team. He made a huge three pointer against Mississippi State. He'll have to provide the same type of senior leadership by taking a clutch charge or making a clutch shot for us to have a chance. I must note that Cuonzo Martin deserves a boatload of credit for getting something out of Renaldo. His attitude seems totally different. Kudos to Renaldo and the staff. 10.) Finally, we're just going to have to have some good luck. If UK plays well, our best won't beat them; however, early on, they've looked vulnerable on the road. So, let's hope for an off night from them, and more importantly, let's hope for an absolutely huge home win for Tennessee. Go Vols!