How to watch the Music City Bowl: Texas A&M vs. Louisville.
The Aggies come in limping a bit, having lost four of their last seven, and dealing with the news that quarterbacks Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray are transferring from the school. Coach Kevin Sumlin comes in with a 4–1 career record in bowl games, and is 3–0 at Texas A&M. He’ll be seeking a win in Nashville, Tenn. to salvage what was once a promising season.
Louisville has looked decent this season, considering its losses came against Auburn, Clemson, Houston, Florida State and Pittsburgh. The Cardinals can finish the season with two straight SEC wins after coming from behind to beat Kentucky, 38–24, in their season finale. The Music City Bowl is Louisville’s sixth straight bowl appearance.
How to watch
Details for Wednesday’s game are below.
Sept. 5: vs. Arizona State (W, 38–17)
Sept. 12: vs. Ball State (W, 56–23)
Sept. 19: vs. Nevada (W, 44–27)
Sept. 26: vs. Arkansas (W, 28–21)
Oct. 3: vs Mississippi State (W, 30–17)
Oct. 17: vs. Alabama (L, 41–23)
Oct. 24: at Ole Miss (L, 23–3)
Oct. 31: vs South Carolina (W, 35–28)
Nov. 7: vs. Auburn (L, 26–10)
Nov. 14: vs. Western Carolina (W, 41–17)
Nov. 21: at Vanderbilt (W, 25–0)
Nov. 28: at LSU (L, 19–7)
Dec. 30: at Louisville (7 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Sept. 5: vs. Auburn (L, 31–24)
Sept. 12: vs. Houston (L, 34–31)
Sept. 17: vs. Clemson (L, 20–17)
Sept. 26: vs. Samford (W, 45–3)
Oct. 3: at NC State (W, 20–13)
Oct. 17: at Florida State (L, 41–21)
Oct. 24: vs. Boston College (W, 17–14)
Oct. 30: at Wake Forest (W, 20–19)
Nov. 7: vs. Syracuse (W, 41–17)
Nov. 14: vs. Virginia (W, 38–31)
Nov. 21: at Pittsburgh (L, 45–34)
Nov. 28: at Kentucky (W, 38–24)
Dec. 30: vs. Texas A&M (7 p.m. ET, ESPN)