..... in 2006, your University of Kentucky Wildcats won their first bowl game in 22 years by taking down Clemson in the Music City Bowl, 28-20. The Nashville scene was glorious as LP Field was packed with Blue from top to bottom. As great as the scene was, the weather was even better. Late-December with sunny skies and temps in the high 50's. Much of the talk leading up to the game centered on how the porous Kentucky defense would handle the promising Clemson backfield of James Davis and C.J. Spiller. The UK defense put the Tigers in passing situations all day and held the hyped duo to a combined 77 yards rushing. Joker Phillips had the entire offense on display by bringing in freshman linebacker Micah Johnson for a touchdown plunge to open the scoring. Moments later, Kentucky called a fake punt deep in its territory to ignite a spark. The next play was just that, as Andre Woodson (20-28 299 yards, 3 TDs - 0 Ints) found DeMoreo Ford streaking down the field for a 70-yard touchdown just before halftime. Clemson’s 12th-ranked defense lot much of its swagger after this series and the Cats controlled the game most of the day. The lead ballooned to 28-6, before the Tigers scored a pair of late meaningless touchdowns. This game was also somewhat of a coming-out party for one Trevard Lindley, who had a ridiculous behind-the-back interception in the end zone as Clemson was driving.