If you just look at the score of the Tennessee-Kentucky game at the halftime break, you’d never know the Volunteers are outplaying the Wildcats in many aspects of the game.

Well, outside of the most important position on the field and the key stat that defines games.

Jarrett Guarantano has thrown a pair of pick six interceptions during the first half, which led to his benching. JT Shrout came in and immediately threw a pick, leading to a Kentucky field goal.

Outside of those plays, Kentucky hasn’t accomplished much in this one.

Kentucky has 70 total yards of offense, is 1 of 6 on third down and has surrendered 195 yards of total offense, including 112 rushing yards.

Tennessee has four turnovers in the first half of the game.

After Kentucky jumped out to a 17-0 lead, Tennessee marched down the field to score just before the break.

The big story at halftime has been the ugly offense on display inside Neyland Stadium, as Kentucky leads 17-7 at the break.

Many are calling for the debut of freshman QB Harrison Bailey:

Thankfully for Tennessee fans, the program currently holds a commitment from four-star Texas QB Kaidon Salter: