While their first three opponents might not remind anyone of LSU, Miami or Arizona State, Kentucky has done what it needed to in dispatching each.
Breaking open a close game in the lower half of the fifth, the No. 25 Wildcats (5-0) scored six runs to break the back of visiting Tennessee Tech, 10-2, on Friday at Cliff Hagan Stadium.
Andrew Albers earned his second win on the year, giving up just two runs in seven innings.
The Cats return to action this afternoon at 1 p.m. ET.