Penn State and Kentucky are set to square of in the Citrus Bowl in what will be their first meeting in nearly two decades.
The Nittany Lions started the season 4-0, but lost back-to-back games to Big Ten rivals Ohio State and Michigan State, and lost to Michigan several weeks later.
At 9-3 on the season, the team needs to win the Citrus Bowl to secure their third straight 10-win season.
The Wildcats similarly struggled in the middle of the season before a late rally secured them nine wins. A win in the Citrus Bowl would give them their first 10-win season since 1977.
Penn State and Kentucky have played each other only five times before.
The two sides split a four-game series played between 1975 and 1978.
The only other bowl game in which the two teams faced off was in the 1999 Outback Bowl, which Penn State won 26-14.
ESPN’s Football Power Index computer model has released its prediction for the game.
ESPN’s computer model believes that Penn State has the best chance to win. The computer model gives the Wolverines a 67.6 percent chance to win this Saturday’s bowl game.
That leaves upstart Kentucky at 32.4-percent to win the match-up.
The game will be played at 12 p.m. EST on ABC.