The Mocs (6-4, 4-4 Southern Conference) began the game-winning drive on The Citadel 9-yard line after a career-long 53-yard punt return by Joel Bradford.
Coleman was 39-for-61 with 356 yards and three touchdowns and Cooper finished with 139 yards and two TDs on 14 carries for Chattanooga.
The Mocs had 12 tackles for a total loss of 41 yards, holding The Citadel to 91 yards rushing. Steven Smigelsky led the Mocs with 11 tackles, including two for a loss and a sack.
Edwards finished with 214 yards and three TDs on 21-of-37 passing and Roberts caught 10 passes for 107 yards and two TDs.
Tulsa football team's Legacy Game to honor victims of Tulsa Race Massacre
Tulsa will commemorate the victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre on Friday when it hosts East Carolina in its first Legacy Game. Survivors, descendants and alumni from the Greenwood District of Tulsa will also be highlighted.
Trevor Lawrence tests positive for COVID-19
Clemson has confirmed QB Trevor Lawrence will miss Saturday's game vs. Boston College after testing positive for the coronavirus.
Trevor Lawrence positive for COVID-19, will miss Boston College-Clemson
Trevor Lawrence, the star Clemson quarterback and Heisman Trophy front-runner, has tested positive for COVID-19 and won't play Saturday against Boston College.
Clemson's Dabo Swinney expects Trevor Lawrence to go to NFL, but 'you never know'
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said Thursday he'd be surprised if Trevor Lawrence returns to the Tigers next year instead of entering the NFL draft, but said he'd save a scholarship and keep Lawrence's jersey number available until told Lawrence is leaving.
Wisconsin Badgers football program up to 16 active cases of COVID-19
The Wisconsin football program now has 16 active cases of COVID-19 after two additional staff members and one student-athlete tested positive since late Wednesday. The team has now had 15 positive tests since Oct. 24.
Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa joins list of coaches to have multiple stints with the same team
After 34 years and two other managing jobs, La Russa comes back to Chicago. He's not the first to go back to a previous job. Here's how other notable coaches fared in their second tours.