Citrus Bowl Broadcasting Team Announced
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Citrus Bowl Broadcasting Team Announced

Tyler Thompsonabout 1 month

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We now know who will be calling Kentucky’s win over Iowa in the Citrus Bowl. ESPN announced its broadcasting teams for the postseason and Dave Pasch, Dusty Dvoracek, and Tom Luginbill will be on the call for the Cats vs. the Hawkeyes on Jan. 1 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando. The game will be televised live at 1 p.m. ET on ABC. Marc Kestecher, Ben Hartsock, and Taylor Davis will call the game for ESPN Radio. Of course, you can also hear Tom Leach and Jeff Piecoro on the UK Sports Network.

If the name Dave Pasch sounds familiar, he’s called PAC-12 basketball games alongside Bill Walton for years. So, calling a Kentucky Football game after dealing with that should be downright refreshing.

Citrus Bowl tickets still available

If you’d like to cheer the Cats on in person, tickets are still available; however, you might want to book your flights now or plan to drive; flights out of Lexington and Louisville are not cheap. Based on when you leave, you could be looking at spending upwards of $500 for just one seat. It’s like Orlando is The Most Magical Place on Earth™ or something.

Regardless, here’s the seating chart so you can make sure you’re among the Big Blue Nation to see the Cats bring home the victory:

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2022-01-20