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Mocs Travel to Top-Ranked Alabama for Regular Season Finale

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( The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team wraps up the 2016 regular season at No. 1 Alabama this week.  The Mocs face the Crimson Tide on Saturday, Nov. 19, at 7:00 p.m. (E.S.T.) at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala.  The game broadcasts nationally on ESPN2.
Chattanooga owns an 8-2 overall record and is second in the Southern Conference with a 6-2 league tally.  UTC has already posted its fourth consecutive 8-win season, the longest such streak in school history. 
The Mocs dropped four spots to No. 11 in the FCS Coaches Poll this week.  Chattanooga is No. 12 in the STATS media poll.  This is the 46th consecutive week UTC is in the top 25, the sixth longest active streak in the nation.
Alabama has been the No. 1 team at the FBS level all season long.  The Crimson Tide owns a 10-0 mark and sits in first place in the Southeastern Conference at 7-0. 
Chattanooga has faced some of the top teams in the country in recent years.  This is the third meeting between these school since head coach Russ Huesman took over in 2009. 
The Mocs Sports Network broadcasts the game on 96.1 The Legend in Chattanooga.  Jim Reynolds has the play-by-play with Todd Agne giving the color commentary and Will Poindexter on the sideline.  A link for a free audio broadcast is available on the football schedule page on  Fans can also listen to the game on the iHeart Radio or the TuneIn radio apps, by searching for US 101 The Legend at 96.1 on their mobile device.
Saturday's game broadcasts nationally on ESPN2.  Dave Neal is the play-by-play announcer and Matt Stinchcomb is the color commentator, with Olivia Harlan on the sideline.  Check your local listings for specific channel.  Fans can also catch the game online on WatchESPN.  Access the broadcast through the link on the football schedule page on  This is the second appearance on ESPN2 in recent years for the Mocs.  UTC also faced New Hampshire on the network in the 2014 FCS Playoffs. 

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