How to watch: Wisconsin Badgers vs. Illinois Fighting Illini

How to watch, listen, and stream Wisconsin Badgers vs. Illinois Fighting Illini

On Saturday afternoon, the Wisconsin Badgers (2-2, 0-1 Big Ten) will head back to Madison to face the Illinois Fighting Illini (3-1, 0-1 Big Ten) in the second conference matchup of the season.

The Badgers head into Saturday’s game off of a 52-21 blowout loss to Ohio State in Columbus.

This will be the second Big Ten matchup for Wisconsin and Illinois, and both teams are looking for their first win in conference play.

UW is looking to rebound following a tough loss on the road. The Badgers came out flat in all three phases and ultimately suffered a demoralizing loss. Wisconsin will need to find some answers after losing their starting Clay Cundiff due to injury. The junior tight end was a key contributor in the receiving game, and the Badgers will now need to find an alternative in Hayden Rucci or Jake Eschenbach.

Illinois comes into Saturday off of a win over the Chattanooga Mocs. The Fighting Illini have found great success through the air with their quarterback Tommy DeVito. The Syracuse transfer has looked like a reliable singal caller, and it will be key for the Badgers to force DeVito to make mistakes.

Let’s take a look at where you can watch, stream, and listen to Saturday’s matchup:

Where: Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin

When: Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. CST

Where to watch: Big Ten Network

Where to stream: Fox Sports App or

Other streaming options:

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Where to listen: Badger Sports Network on the iHeartRadio app or Sirius Satellite Radio XM 195

Play-by-play: Matt Lepay

Analyst: Mike Lucas

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