Music City Bowl 2009 Score
December 28, 2009 by USA Post
Music City Bowl 2009 Score:NASHVILLE, Tenn. | C.J. Spiller scored a touchdown and had 172 all-purpose yards in his final college game, leading Clemson to a 21-13 victory Sunday night in the Music City Bowl.
The Tigers (9-5) hadn’t won a bowl since the 2005 Champs Sports Bowl.
Kentucky (7-6) was trying to make program history by winning a fourth straight bowl game. The Wildcats certainly had the home-field advantage, with blue filling nearly two-thirds of the lower bowl at LP Field.
Spiller, the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year, scored his 51st career touchdown – a Clemson record – on an 8-yard run with 10:14 left in the fourth quarter to make it 21-13.
Kyle Parker had a touchdown pass the Tigers and Jamie Harper ran for a score.
Nebraska QB Green to See Playing Time in Bowl
SAN DIEGO | Nebraska offensive coordinator Shawn Watson said freshman quarterback Cody Green will get some playing time in the Holiday Bowl.
Watson said the staff is looking to the future and wants to evaluate Green in a game situation against a good team like Arizona.
Junior Zac Lee has been the starter for much of the season, but was replaced by Green for two games.
The Cornhuskers practiced for two hours Sunday morning at San Diego State University in preparation for Wednesday’s Holiday Bowl.
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