LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Asia Durr scored 25 points, Arica Carter had 16 and No. 5 Louisville's defense stifled UT Martin in a 102-62 rout on Tuesday night.

The Cardinals (9-0) picked up where they left off from Sunday's 107-52 shellacking of Tennessee State, leading 58-23 at halftime behind intense play on both ends. Louisville didn't let up and finished shooting 53 percent from the field while holding the Skyhawks (5-3) to 33 percent from the floor. The Cardinals also forced 27 turnovers for 24 points.

Durr provided Louisville's initial boost with 16 first-half points, while Carter added 12. The margin quickly reached 40 in the third quarter as the Cardinals hit the century mark for the second game in a row.

Sam Fuehring had 10 rebounds and nine points, Bionca Dunham scored 14 and Dana Evans 11 as Louisville improved to 8-0 against UT Martin.

Chelsea Perry had 12 points and eight rebounds for UT Martin, which had won two of three coming in.

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Louisville's ranking won't be threatened until it faces unbeaten Kentucky on Sunday.

BIG PICTURE

UT Martin: The Skyhawks were close for a few minutes before Louisville's pressure and pace quickly built a double-digit deficit that steadily grew larger. They were only outrebounded 45-39, but committed at least 20 turnovers for the third time in four games. That gave the Cardinals too many easy chances.

Louisville: The Cardinals once again clicked in all phases in their final tuneup before facing rival Kentucky. They pushed the pace they wanted and dominated almost every statistical category.

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UT Martin visits Lipscomb on Sunday in the first meeting between the schools since 2009. The Skyhawks lead 3-1.

Louisville hosts archrival and No. 19 Kentucky on Sunday, seeking its third straight series victory over the Wildcats.