Orange Bowl 2022: Clemson vs Tennessee live stream, start time, TV channel, opt-out, radio broadcast.


Clemson will face Tennessee in the 2022 Orange Bowl after the Tigers and Vols failed to qualify for the College Football Playoff.

One night before the start of the College Football Playoff, we will see a huge game for the Orange Bowl 2022 between teams that had aspirations of making the playoff until the last games of the regular season with the Clemson Tigers taking on the Tennessee. Volunteers on Friday December 30.

Both the Tigers and the Vols suffered unexpected losses at the hands of South Carolina in the last two weeks of the year that ended their chances of making the playoffs. But while the Vols had a tough ending because of it with star QB Hendon Hooker tearing his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) to end his season, the Tigers still had life and got it. found in winning the ACC Championship game against UNC, Dabo Swinney finally making the long-awaited change to Cade Klubnik at quarterback, which worked wonders.

Now, we’ll see Klubnik take on Joe Milton for UT in what should be a riveting Orange Bowl game and lives up to its colorful name. And here’s everything you need to know while watching this game.

Clemson vs Tennessee TV channel: What channel is the Orange Bowl on?

Since the Orange Bowl is one of the biggest games of the year, it will air on ESPN on Saturday nights.

What time does Clemson vs Tennessee start in the 2022 Orange Bowl?

The big game between Top 10 ranked teams kicks off at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL on Friday, December 30 at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Clemson exemptions and injuries for the 2022 Orange Bowl

We’re going to see a lot of new faces for the Tigers in new roles, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Holders DJ Uiagalelei, WR Beaux Collins, WR Decari Collins and WR EJ Williams on offense will not play after entering the transfer portal, which is also true for reserve RB Kobe Pace. In defense, star DE Myles Murphy opted out, as did LB Trenton Simpson. The team will also be without DE Xavier Thomas through injury.

If there’s any good news, it’s that the rest of the waivers, injuries and gate sign-ups were all for substitutes, meaning Dabo Swinney will be able to count on the likes of Bryan Bresee, Cade Klubnik, Tyler Davis and others for this game.

Tennessee opt-outs and injuries for the 2022 Orange Bowl

Although the Vols were known for their prolific offense, we won’t see many familiar faces from that group on Friday night in Miami. Star quarterback Hendon Hooker tore his ACL in the loss to South Carolina, and Joe Milton will continue to replace him. Star receivers Jalin Hyatt and Cedric Tillman opted out of the game to prepare for the NFL Draft, as did leading defense and linebacker Jeremy Banks.

In the meantime, the team will also be without several other players due to entering the transfer portal, but none who played a significant role in the 2022 season. The Vols had good news as OT Darnell Wright and DE Byron Young, two key starters, have declared for the NFL Draft but plan to play in the bowl game.

  • Date : Friday, 30 Dec.
  • Start time : 8:00 p.m. ET
  • Location : Hard Rock Stadium – Miami Gardens, FL
  • TV channel : ESPN
  • Live stream: ESPN+, Fubo TV

Friday night’s game between the Tigers and the Vols — and the all-orange game that matches the poster — will air on ESPN primetime from Miami. This means fans can stream the game on WatchESPN and the ESPN app if they log in with a valid cable or satellite subscription. Fans who subscribe to ESPN+ will also be able to watch the broadcast.

Another streaming option is FuboTV, which is available with a 7-day free trial for new users when they sign up for a subscription.

Clemson Radio Broadcast for the 2022 Orange Bowl

You can catch the Tigers’ radio broadcast for their Friday night game live on The Roar FM.

Tennessee Radio Broadcast for the 2022 Orange Bowl

You can follow the Vols radio broadcast for Friday night’s match live on WIVK.

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