Dabo Swinney and the Clemson Tigers will face off against Kentucky in the Gator Bowl on December 29 from Jacksonville, Florida.

On Tuesday, Swinney met with media to discuss the plans for Clemson’s trip to Jacksonville, their practice schedule and mor housekeeping items with just over 2 weeks to go until kickoff.

Swinney gave a brief look at Kentucky Tuesday too, noting that what the Wildcats do well starts with their run game. The Cats feature one of the best running backs in the country, Ray Davis, who announced just under a week ago that he will play for the Wildcats in the Bowl game.

When Kentucky wins, it does it on the ground. Here’s what Swinney had to say about the Wildcats’ run game on Tuesday.

Davis was one of just 6 SEC running backs to rush for 1,000 yards this past season, totaling 1,066 yards with 13 rushing touchdowns. He averaged 88.83 yards per game, the 3rd-best mark in the SEC.

Clemson’s defensive front has done well against the rush this season, however. The Tigers are allowing just 116 rushing yards per game, which ranks 4th in the ACC.

The Gator Bowl is set to kick off at Noon on Dec. 29 from TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville. It will be aired on ESPN.