Alabama won its 11th straight game against Tennessee on Saturday as the Crimson Tide moved to 54-39-7 all-time against the Volunteers.

But one stat stands out about how the rivalry has widened in recent years as 30-point victories by Alabama have become common. Saturday’s 45-7 result was the sixth time in eight seasons that Alabama beat Tennessee by at least 30 points.

Part of the problem for Tennessee is that the Vols have now gone 16 straight games without scoring more than 20 points in regulation against Alabama. The Volunteers last cleared that mark in a their 35-24 victory in 2001. Tennessee defeated Alabama 51-43 in five overtimes in 2003, but had 20 points at the end of regulation.

The Volunteers haven’t beaten the Crimson Tide since a 16-13 victory on Oct. 21, 2006.

Tennessee is now up to 13 straight losses on the road against SEC West teams. The last win came against Mississippi State, 33-21, in 2007.