Texas A&M (8-4) will be looking for a fifth straight bowl win, and it’ll have to do it against an ACC opponent that won five of its last six games to close the regular season.

The Aggies will face Louisville (7-5) in the Music City Bowl on Dec. 30 in Nashville, Tenn.

The Cardinals started the season 2-4 before rebounding to become bowl-eligible for the sixth straight season. Louisville is coming off a win over another SEC opponent, Kentucky, which led the Cardinals 21-0 before being outscored 38-3 the rest of the way.

Meanwhile, Texas A&M hasn’t been nearly as successful in the second half of the season. The team finished the regular season 3-4 after a 5-0 start that included back-to-back wins over Arkansas and Mississippi State before the slide began.

The Aggies have a brief history with the Cardinals in the 1990s. The two schools squared off in three straight seasons from 1992-94 with the Aggies winning each game in convincing fashion.