Relive some of the exciting moments from Louisville's 27-21 win over Texas A&M

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - From Lamar Jackson's record-breaking night to the pre and post game fireworks, there were plenty of exciting moments from Louisville's win at Music City Bowl

From the Cardinals opening drive that saw them grab an early 7-0 lead, there were plenty of exciting moments from Louisville's 27-21 win over Texas A&M in the Music City Bowl.

Louisville's freshman quarterback Lamar Jackson set three new Music City Bowl records and became just the third player to throw for more than 200 yards while also rushing for over 200 yards in any bowl game en route to earning the contest's Most Valuable Player honor. 

Nearly half of Jackson's 227 throwing yards went to junior tight end Cole Hikutini, who finished with three receptions for 103 yards.  Two other U of L tight ends - Micky Crum and Keith Towbridge - accounted for Jackson's two touchdown passes.

Filling in for injured players, reserves Stacy Thomas and Jaire Alexander finished the game as the Cardinals top two tacklers. Thomas led the team with 11 stops from his linebacker spot, while Alexander registered a team-high nine solo tackles and finished second overall with 10.

Louisville junior outside linebacker Devonte Fields registered a game-high three sacks and tied a season-best with eight tackles.

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