WKU Public Radio News Staff
Wed December 26, 2012
WKU Hilltoppers Look to Make History, Win First Major College Bowl Game
The WKU football team takes on Central Michigan Wednesday night in the Little Caesar's Bowl--the first ever major college bowl game for the Hilltoppers. WKU will look for another big game from their do-everything running back, receiver, and kickoff/punt returner Antonio Andrews, who is looking to set the NCAA record for total yards in a season.
The Little Caesar's Bowl is being televised nationally on ESPN, with kickoff scheduled for 6:30pm central time Wednesday evening.
Defensive coordinator Lance Guidry is coaching the Hilltoppers following the departure of former coach Willie Taggart, who left WKU to become the new head coach at South Florida. WKU made national news when they hired former Louisville and Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino just three days after Taggart's depature.
CNNSI.com predicts a WKU win in the Little Caesar's Bowl game.
The Bowling Green Daily News reports Central Michigan will have the home-field advantage when it comes to fan support.
The Associated Press offers a look at things from the Central Michigan side of the ball.