UofL FOOTBALL | Bowl game prep a huge advantage for younger Cardinals

12/15/2015 06:07 PM

The Louisville Football team is quickly approaching game day. December 30, the Cards face off against Texas A & M in the Music City Bowl down the road in Nashville.

The Louisville coaching staff has been stressing the importance of weeks leading up to a bowl game, especially to the younger members of the team. The offense has featured underclassmen all season long that have had the opportunity to grow and mature during regular season games, but the Louisville defense has had players waiting in the wings for their shot. Those players, affectionately known as the look squad by Louisville offensive coordinator Garrick McGee, now get an expanded role in bowl game preparation.

Garrett Moore

Garrett is a Sports Producer for Spectrum News. He is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State and got his start as a sports photographer. He now produces Sports Night, the state’s only nightly show dedicated to in-depth coverage of all sports in Kentucky. Sports Night airs weeknights at 6:30 and 10:30 on Spectrum News. Outside the station, Garrett enjoys golfing, hiking, fishing, and prides himself on being all-in as a sports spectator. He won a gift card for playing an air guitar in the student section during an MTSU basketball game. Follow Garrett on Twitter @SportsNightGM for real-time sports updates or if you just want to see the shenanigans that go on behind the scenes in getting Sports Night on the air.


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