Illinois won the first and fourth quarters on Saturday at Wisconsin, but the Badgers dominated quarters two and three. Naturally, our nominees for the Dick Van Dyke Appliance World "WOW!" Play of the Game come from the bookend quarters.
The script has become familiar for the Illini. Fall behind in the first half, come back in the fourth quarter. But this game also included the first-ever weather delay at Memorial Stadium, delaying the game for two hours in the middle. After the delay, the Illini performed better on both sides of the ball, giving me quite a few options for our
There weren't a lot of highlights in the Illini's 44-19 loss at Washington on Saturday. On the bright side, that does make it fairly easy to choose the three nominees for the Dick Van Dyke Appliance World "WOW!" Play of the game.
There probably weren't many fingernails left in tact through the first three quarters of Illinois' win over Western Kentucky, but with a three touchdown outburst for the second straight week, the fans went home happy.
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We're less than two months away from the opening kickoff of the 2014 high school football season! With the Illinois Volleyball team playing more Wednesday (and fewer Friday) matches, we'll have the opportunity to broadcast more high school football this fall! Here is our planned
That's more like it! The second half was much better than the first for the Illini tonight, and they escaped Boston University with a win, 66-62 the final. Rayvonte Rice took over after halftime, finishing with 28 points on 11-14 shooting. He was joined in double figures by freshman Malcolm Hill, who finished with ten points and eight rebounds. Those two will be featured
Well, the Illini played a very good second half against Michigan, but fell just short in a 64-63 loss to the Wolverines. Tracy Abrams had a floater in the lane that would have won it, but it came up short. Illinois now awaits a likely NIT bid, as they'll find out their postseason destination on Sunday night. Here are today's nominees for the