How to Watch East Carolina Pirates vs. Memphis Tigers: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time
The East Carolina Pirates (3-3) will meet a familiar opponent as they host the Memphis Tigers (4-2) on Saturday, October 15, 2022 at Bagwell Field at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, in an AAC clash. Below is an article containing all the info you need, including how to watch this game on FuboTV.
East Carolina has put an average of 30.8 points per game on the board this season, 3.5 more than the 27.3 Memphis has surrendered.
Memphis has forced six more turnovers this season (13) than East Carolina has committed (7).
Memphis has put an average of 34.0 points per game on the board this year, 12.8 more than the 21.2 East Carolina has surrendered.
Memphis has turned the ball over four times this year, while East Carolina has seven takeaways.
East Carolina Players to Watch
Holton Ahlers has thrown for 1,820 yards (303.3 ypg) to lead East Carolina, completing 67.3% of his passes and tossing 16 touchdown passes and five interceptions this season. He’s also figured in the ground game with 98 rushing yards (16.3 ypg) on 36 carries with one rushing touchdown.
Keaton Mitchell’s team-high 433 rushing yards (72.2 per game) have come on 56 carries, with three touchdowns this year. He’s also tacked on 11 catches for 91 yards (15.2 per game).
This season Rahjai Harris has collected 238 yards (39.7 per game) on 67 attempts with five touchdowns.
Isaiah Winstead’s team-high 565 receiving yards (94.2 yards per game) have come on 43 receptions with two touchdowns.
C.J. Johnson has racked up 471 receiving yards (78.5 yards per game) and seven touchdowns, reeling in 25 passes this year.
Ryan Jones’ 25 grabs have netted him 250 yards (41.7 ypg) and four touchdowns.
Memphis Players to Watch
Seth Henigan has 1,517 passing yards (252.8 ypg) to lead Memphis, completing 63.6% of his passes and throwing 10 touchdown passes and one interception this season. He’s also contributed on the ground with 173 rushing yards (28.8 ypg) on 66 carries with two rushing touchdowns.
Jevyon Ducker’s team-high 225 rushing yards (37.5 per game) have come on 45 carries, with two touchdowns this year.
This season Asa Martin has rushed for 223 yards (37.2 per game) on 35 carries with one touchdown, while also catching 14 passes for 151 yards (25.2 per game) and one touchdown.
Gabriel Rogers’ 302 receiving yards (50.3 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s totaled 22 receptions.
Eddie Lewis has put together a 229-yard season so far (38.2 receiving yards per game) with one touchdown, reeling in 20 passes.
Caden Prieskorn’s 21 receptions have netted him 219 yards (36.5 ypg) and six touchdowns.