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Tennessee vs Clemson: Capital One Orange Bowl | Times, how to watch on TV and stream online

Tennessee and Clemson go into battle in what will be an all-orange affair in Florida this evening.

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL - DECEMBER 29: Tennessee Volunteers and Clemson Tigers Helmets on display prior to the joint Head Coach Press Conference at Le Méridien Dania Beach in Fort Lauderdale, FL on December 29, 2022. (Photo by Jason Mowry/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
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No.6 Tennessee Volunteers and No.7 Clemson Tigers will be attempting to end 2022 on a high note with a victory in this evening’s Capital One Orange Bowl as the New Year’s Six enter the fray.

Viewers in the United States can watch a live stream of the game on fuboTV.

When does Tennessee vs Clemson start?

The Capital One Orange Bowl matchup between Tennessee and Clemson will be played on Friday 30 December 2022 at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida with kick-off scheduled for:

  • 8 p.m. ET
  • 5 p.m. PT

How to watch Tennessee vs Clemson in the US

  • TV: ESPN
  • Streaming: fuboTV (Free Trial), DirecTV Stream, Sling

Watch a live stream of the Gator Bowl on fuboTV.

Tennessee vs Clemson: preview

Tennessee were one of the surprise packages of the 2022 regular season. The Vols embarked on a seven-game winning streak back in September and ended second in the SEC East registering 10-2. They ended strong too - defeats to Georgia and South Carolina being the only blips in the final straight.

Clemson (11-2) have been in equally inspired form - only two teams, Notre Dame and South Carolina have not succumbed to Dabo Swinney’s Tigers since the season started. Nevertheless, the coach was keen to make it clear what his side will be up against at Hard Rock Stadium: “Tennessee is one of the best teams in the country and has had an amazing year, so it should be a great game. We’re thankful to be here and represent the league and represent Clemson in a place that’s always been special to our fans and to college football.”

This will be only the fourth meeting between the two programs since 1944 - Clemson came out on top in the most recent, a 27-14 win at the 2004 Peach Bowl.


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