Tennessee trips up the Tigers at the Orange Bowl
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - The Tigers faced off against the Tennessee Volunteers on Friday, Dec. 30, in Miami, FL at Hard Rock Stadium. The game began around 8 p.m.
The first score of the game came from Tennessee when Joe Milton snuck a pass to Bru McCoy for a 16-yard score.
The first quarter of the game ended with a 7-0 score, and Tennessee in the lead.
During the second quarter of the game, the Tigers continued to struggle but finally made a field goal to make the score 14-3.
In the third quarter, Tennessee made another touchdown to bring the game to 21-6.
But then Clemson’s Cade Klubnik came back in the fourth quarter with a score to make the score go to 21-14.
The fourth quarter ended with Tennessee winning the game.
CLEMSON: 14, TENNESSEE: 31
This is Clemson’s seventh all-time Orange Bowl appearance.
The last time the two teams played against one another was in 2004 when Clemson won the game.
The game will be the 20th all-time meeting between Clemson and Tennessee. This year’s postseason contest will be only the fourth meeting between the Tigers and Volunteers since Clemson joined the ACC as a charter member in 1953.
The Tigers have made three Orange Bowl appearances under Head Coach Dabo Swinney.
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