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Josh Imatorbhebhe wants to be known for dominance, not big plays

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Josh Imatorbhebhe following a touchdown against Nebraska (FOX Illinois).

CHAMPAIGN, Ill (WCCU/WICS/WRSP) - We are one week away from the return of Big Ten football. Illinois and Wisconsin squaring off in the season opener on Friday night in prime time on Big Ten Network.

The Illinois offense is looking to take its passing game to the next level behind returning quarterback Brandon Peters, and go-to Wide Receiver Josh Imatorbhebhe. After his breakout season in 2019, Imatorbhebhe knows exactly the player he wants to become as a senior.

"Somebody who is dominant and isn’t just flashes of brilliance," said Imatorbhebhe. They called me “Big Play Bhebhe”, it sounds good, but I don’t want to just be known for big plays. "

I want to be known for reliability and consistency, and that’s definitely the part of my game I’ve been working on. I’m excited to show everyone that that’s the different part of me now.
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