Behind Enemy Lines: Talking about the Orange Bowl with Clemson Wire

The 2022 edition of the Orange Bowl is headlined by the Tennessee Volunteers,

 and Clemson Tigers who represent the Southeastern Conference and Atlantic Athletic Conference,

 respectively. While the two teams missed out on the College Football Playoffs this year,

earning a spot in the prestigious South Florida venue is nothing to scoff at as a consolation prize.

The Vols were humming along in a campaign that saw them snap a five-game losing streak to the Florida Gators,

 as well as a whopping 15-game losing streak to the Alabama Crimson Tide.

 Unfortunately, the team stumbled in a pair of defeats and then an injury to Heisman hopeful Hendon Hooker literally took the legs out from under the squad.

Tennessee hopes to hold out against the current ACC champions.

Vols Wire went behind enemy lines with Clemson Wire ahead of the postseason affair to get an idea of what Tennessee is up against on Friday.

 Take a look below at our Q&A with managing editor Alex Turri of our sister site, who had a few tidy tidbits to share with the Rocky Top faithful.


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