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When: 12:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 7, 2017
Where: Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa
TV: Noon ET, Big Ten Network. Line: Iowa – 8.5
The fans at Kinnick Stadium will be treated to a game between the Illinois Fighting Illini and the Iowa Hawkeyes when they take their seats on Saturday. With struggles in the passing game, Fighting Illini have relied on a freshman running back to carry the offensive load. Mike Epstein has produced 263 yards and three touchdowns on the ground and 59 yards and one score through the air. other running back has produced better than three yards per carry for Illinois, who lead the series with Iowa 38-32-2 but are in danger of losing for the ninth time in 10 meetings.
The old rivalry between both the schools takes to the 73rd meeting this Saturday in a series goes back to 1899. Illinois holds a 38-32-2, the all-time series advantage against Iowa. However, at Iowa City Illini hold a slim 18-17-2 edge. In the last season encounter, Iowa posted 28-0 shutout victory over Illinois, at Memorial Stadium in the Illini’s home finale. Illini WR Mike Dudek who was out of the 2015 and 2016 due to injury doesn’t seem to have taken any toll after not playing for 981 days. Dudek dominates the team receptions (16), receiving yards (195) and punt returns (13.8 ypr) so far Iowa’s QB Nate Stanley has led the offense registering 12 touchdown passes in the five games.
But you kind of have to look at what’s going on on the field.” Crouch has completed 53.2 percent passes with one touchdown and four interceptions for the Fighting Illini, who have lost two straightcombined 46 points. George, the son of former Illinois and NFL quarterback Jeff George, was only slightly better in his lone appearance this season with one touchdown pass and two interceptions against Florida. The Hawkeyes, who have suffered one-score losses to No. 4 Penn State and Michigan State the last games, are well situated at quarterback with Nathan Stanley. The sophomore, who was held with a touchdown pass for the only time this season last Saturday against Michigan State, has thrown for more than 1,000 yards with 12 touchdowns and one interception in five games.