Monday September 14th, 2015

Illinois improved to 2–0 last week with a 44–0 win over Western Illinois. The Fighting Illini have now have outscored their opponent 96–3 across their two games. Wes Lunt went for 316 yards and a touchdown through the air, while the defense held Western Illinois to just 141 yards and five first downs.

North Carolina is 1–1 after a commanding 53–14 win over North Carolina A&T. They ran for four touchdowns—two of which came from sophomore Elija Hood, who has now run for 194 yards on the year.

This is North Carolina’s first regular season game against a Big Ten school since 2005, when the Tar Heels faced Wisconsin.

How to watch

Details for Saturday's game are below:

Kickoff: Noon ET

TV Coverage: ESPN2

Live stream: You can watch the game live here

Radio: For a list of Illinois affiliates, click here. For a list of UNC affiliates, click here.

Team Schedules (All times ET)

North Carolina

Sept. 3: vs. South Carolina (L, 17–13)

Sept. 12: vs. NC A&T (W, 53–14)

Sept. 19: vs. Illinois, Noon, ESPN2

​Sept. 26: vs. Delaware

Oct. 3: at Georgia Tech

Oct. 17: vs. Wake Forest

Oct. 24: vs. Virginia

Oct. 29: at Pitt, 7 p.m., ESPN

Nov. 7: vs. Duke

Nov. 14: vs. Miami (FL)

Nov. 21: at Virginia Tech

Nov. 28: at NC State

Illinois

Sept. 5: vs. Kent State (W, 52–3)

Sept. 12: vs. W Illinois (W, 44–0)

Sept. 19: at North Carolina, Noon, ESPN2

Sept. 26: vs. Mid Tennessee, 4 p.m., ESPNEWS

Oct. 3: Nebraska

Oct. 10: at Iowa, Noon

Oct. 24: vs. Wisconsin, 3:30 p.m.

Oct. 31: at Penn State

Nov. 7: at Purdue, Noon

Nov. 14: vs. Ohio State

Nov. 21 at Minnesota

Nov. 28: vs. Northwestern

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