Missouri pulled off a dominant performance in a 20-10 win over Kentucky on Saturday as the Tigers had control across the board.

The Tigers had a 43:10 to 16:50 edge in time of possession, and had 421 total yards against Kentucky’s 145. Missouri held Kentucky to just 2-for-9 on third down, and UK quarterbacks were 4-for-13 passing for 47 yards and a touchdown.

“It gives credibility to what we’ve asked these guys to do, and what we’ve asked them to do is different,” coach Eli Drinkwitz said. “Not that what they did was right or wrong, just what we’re doing is different. It’s a different style, and we’ve asked people to really buy into it whether it’s players, coaches, administration, fans. To see the results. To see us beat a defending national champion, to see us end the streak of five years, it gives credibility to what we’re trying to accomplish.”

Here are other comments Drinkwitz told the media after the game: