"I like road dogs; I like kids who can go to the other arena and dominate and play their best games on the road or in a big rivalry games - that says something about you," Payne said. "Typically, all good teams play well at home. Special teams and special players play well on the road."By that standard, Tyler Herro is most definitely special. A quick look at Herro's season stat line backs it up: he's a beast on the road. He's averaging 12.3 points per game at Rupp, while he's averaging 16.1 points per game on the road. On the season, Kentucky is 13-0 when Herro scores 15 points or more. That's impressive, and his recent performances have been on the upswing: the Tennessee game was one his best overall performances of the season and his 15 points against Missouri were the most he's scored since his (road) game against Florida. But Kenny Payne says Herro's not done. "I think he's [showing] 80 percent of how good he is. There is still a lot of growth left in that kid. Hopefully he can give us 19 percent more by the end of the season. I'll let him off with 19." Tyler Herro at 99 percent by March? I'll take it.