Published: Mon, December 03, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Rashan Gary Will Not Play in Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

Rashan Gary Will Not Play in Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

MI will be playing in the highest profile bowl game of the four.

BYU Football will travel north to the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl to take on Western Michigan. It'd be something to build on and as long as this team can remain healthy next season, there could be something special brewing - especially with how well this defense has played. After losing their first two games against Top 25 teams (Syracuse and Michigan) they rattled off six straight wins. This team has one major strength and one glaring weakness, but whoever the opponent is and no matter where they play, the Spartans will play some stingy defense and have a good chance to win.

For the eighth-ranked Wolverines (10-2, No. 7 CFP), the game is a consolation prize after their College Football Playoff hopes were crushed in a 62-39 loss at Ohio State last week.

But when you're 6-6 in a season with more bowl-eligible teams than bowl slots, any bowl game is better than none.

The No. 10 Gators (9-3) will play No. 7 MI (10-2) in Atlanta at noon ET on December 29 in the Peach Bowl.

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The teams' other three meetings were in bowls. Western Michigan went 7-5 on the season, playing in streaks throughout the year.

Otherwise, the Wolverines allowed more than 21 points just once all season, during a 24-17 season-opening at Notre Dame.

The last time out, the Louisville Cardinals defeated the Gators 23-33 behind a two touchdown, 266 passing yard performance by then-Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

UF now will face the nations' top-ranked defense, despite a stunning collapse during the regular season's final game.

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