The Illinois Fighting Illini (2-1) square off against an FCS opponent, the Chattanooga Mocs (3-0). Look below for more important details, which includes how to watch this game on FuboTV.
How to Watch Illinois vs. Chattanooga
- Game Day: Thursday, September 22, 2022
- Game Time: 8:30 PM ET
- TV: Big Ten Network
- Stadium: Memorial Stadium (Champaign, IL)
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Betting Information for Illinois vs. Chattanooga
Illinois and Chattanooga Stats
- Illinois, on average, scores 16.0 more points (27.3) than Chattanooga allows (11.3).
- Illinois has turned the ball over seven times this season, while Chattanooga has zero takeaways.
- Chattanooga has averaged 26.0 more points this season (36.7) than Illinois has allowed (10.7).
- Illinois has forced seven more turnovers this season (7) than Chattanooga has committed (0).
Illinois Players to Watch
- Tommy DeVito leads Illinois with 622 passing yards (207.3 ypg) on 65-of-97 passing with six touchdowns compared to two interceptions this season.
- The team’s top rusher, Chase Brown, has carried the ball 75 times for 496 yards (165.3 per game), with two touchdowns this year.
- This season Reggie Love III has piled up 86 yards (28.7 per game) on 17 attempts with one touchdown.
- Isaiah Williams’ 157 receiving yards (52.3 yards per game) lead all receivers on the team. He’s totaled 19 receptions and one touchdown.
- Pat Bryant has put together a 147-yard season so far (49.0 receiving yards per game) with one touchdown, reeling in seven passes.
- Brian Hightower’s 10 catches have turned into 88 yards (29.3 ypg) and one touchdown.
Chattanooga Players to Watch
- Preston Hutchinson has 752 passing yards (250.7 ypg) to lead Chattanooga, completing 65.8% of his passes and tossing five touchdown passes and two interceptions this season. He’s also helped out on the ground with 80 rushing yards (26.7 ypg) on 14 carries with four rushing touchdowns.
- Ailym Ford has carried the ball 59 times for a team-high 325 yards (108.3 per game), with four touchdowns this year. He has also caught five passes for 109 yards (36.3 per game) and two touchdowns.
- This season Gino Appleberry Jr. has piled up 22 carries for 108 yards (36.0 per game).
- Sam Phillips’ team-leading 146 receiving yards (48.7 yards per game) have come on eight receptions.
- Jayin Whatley’s six grabs this season have resulted in 105 yards (35.0 ypg) and one touchdown.
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