Music City Madness
The Kentucky Wildcats and Clemson Tigers will slug it out in Nashville tonight in the Music City Bowl. The Wildcats are looking for a repeat of 2006 when they upset the Tigers as 11-point underdogs.
The Wildcats should have the crowd on their side, but that could very well be the only advantage Kentucky has in this match-up, as Clemson is stronger at most positions.
Read 2009 Music City Bowl located in the Football Betting section of the site.
Photo: Kentucky’s Randall Cobb will need a big game if the Wildcats are to pull off another upset against Clemson tonight. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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