It's bowl week.
The Louisville Cardinals lost the final two games of the season but get a chance at ending the year with a splash by beating LSU in the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl at Camping World Stadium.
The Tigers are without Leonard Fournette - who was injured much of the season and is focusing on his NFL Draft status - but LSU still has plenty of talented players on both sides of the ball.
Cardinal Authority has you covered on all of the takes of the game. Here's a look at five players to watch when the Tigers meet the Cardinals:
Here are five players to watch:
1. Derrius Guice, Running back: Leonard who? Well, he didn't make the LSU fans forget about Fournette but he's been sensational in the starring role since the team's star was injured. Guice was named to the All-SEC freshman team last season and was on the first team All-SEC team as a sophomore after running for 1,249 yards and 14 touchdowns. He averaged 113.5 yards a game and 8.0 yards a carry. The Baton Rouge native is fast and shifty and tough to tackle.
2. Tre'Davious White, Cornerback: White was a finalist for the Thorpe Award and is also dangerous in special teams as a punt returner. He had 31 tackles and four tackles for a loss this season, tying for a team-high two interceptions. He's one of the top secondary guys in the country and will be a tough matchup for the Cardinals.
3. Arden Key, Outside linebacker: If it wouldn't be for Guice, Key would be considered the best sophomore on the team. He's still one of the best in his class nationally and can be a dominating force at 6-6, 238. Key became just the fourth LSU player in program history to register double-digit sacks in a single season, earning 10 this season.
4. Ethan Pocic, Center: He's considered by LSU insiders as one of the top linemen in the history of the program. He had a team-high 92 knockdowns and played 680 total snaps this season. He's a first-team All-SEC performer and a talented guy in the middle of the line.
5. Will Clapp, Left guard: The sophomore was a first-team All-SEC performer after starting 10 of the 11 games for the Tigers. He had 47 knockdowns, including eight in two games this season. He hasn't allowed a sack all season and will be a matchup Louisville needs to try and win if they want to win the ball game.
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