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    Monday, December 31, 2007

    Key Players To Watch In Music City Bowl

    Some Key Players To Watch In Music City Bowl:

    For Kentucky:

    Andre Woodson- Will the Wildcat offensive line be able to protect the 6’5” Woodson good enough for him to be able to throw downfield? The Wildcats rank last in the SEC in sacks allowed. If he has time, the Noles are in for a long day. The subplot here is the offensive line is coached by former Nole and FSU coach Jimmy Heggins.

    Jacob Tamme- The Wildcats 6'5", 240 lb. Senior tight end does more than block. Tamme has 53 catches for 584 yards and 5 TDs. Noles cannot ignore him as a receiver.

    Keenan Burton- Will senior wide receiver Burton, who is dealing with a knee injury, be able to play in his last game ?

    Wesley Woodyard- Woodyard is the weakside linebacker for Kentucky. He ranks second in the SEC in tackles.

    Rafael Little - Tailback Little will be the main man since tailback Derrick Locke is out. Key will be for Little to establish enough of a run game to open up the passing game.

    For FSU:

    Preston Parker- Will Parker be able to make some big plays either on the ground or catching the ball ? Parker will need to have a big game for the Noles to have a shot.

    Rodney Hudson
    - Will Hudson who replaces Daron Rose be able to contain the Kentucky rush at his position at left tackle? Kentucky's defensive end Jeremy Jarmon is second in the SEC with 9 sacks so Hudson will have his hands full.

    Alex Boston- Senior defensive end Alex Boston has had less than spectacular success at FSU. The bowl game gives him another opportunity to show his skills due to the suspensions of the starting defensive ends for the Noles.

    Kenny Ingram- Safety Kenny Ingram will be playing at the strongside linebacker place of Dekoda Watson. How effective will he be in a new position and in containing Kentucky's tight end Jacob Tamme?

    Roger Williams
    - Senior safety Williams has been burned a lot this year. How will he handle the Wildcat receivers and will Mickey Andrews have a different pass coverage for the bowl game?

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