Tennessee got off to a dominating start against Kentucky and QB Jarrett Guarantano was right in the middle of it at Neyland Stadium.

To help the Vols get off to a 24-0 lead, Guarantano passed for two touchdowns, and through three quarters, he was 11-for-19 passing for 188 yards. But he did it in a most efficient way, something he’s become known for in his career, and now a school record.

Guarantano passed Casey Clausen for the school record in passes thrown without an interception, 144.

The Tennessee QB hasn’t thrown an interception since he threw two against Florida in September.