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Brian Moline takes phone calls, plays highlights, updates scores, and provides analysis after a 69-57 win over Nebraska on senior night.
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To celebrate Throwback Thursday, we’ll step back in time to hone in on a noteworthy moment. With the Illinois women’s basketball team starting the Big Ten tournament today, a glance at the last time the Illini played for an automatic spot in the NCAA tournament:
March 9, 2008
Illinois was shut out of the 2014 NFL draft, only the third time that’s happened in the last 45 years.
Hello everyone. I'm currently out of state and unable to post a lenghty blog until Thursday night. This will be a placeholder until then. Feel free to leave a comment with your Nebraska thoughts and Purdue predictions. Thanks for your patience.
UI women vs. Nebraska — 6 p.m. today
P Name Yr. Ht. PPG
G Kyley Simmons Jr. 5-7 9.8
G Brittany Carter Sr. 6-0 8.1
G Ivory Crawford Sr. 5-11 15.5
Scoring from Rayvonte Rice? Check. Defense and hustle from Nnanna Egwu? Check. Rice's 23 points, and Egwu's four blocks, helped pave the way to a 69-57 win for the Illini over Nebraska tonight. We have some good options for tonight's Dick Van Dyke Appliance World "WOW!" Play of the Game, with a nod to the seniors. First, Nnanna Egwu kept a possession alive, a
Player of the Game: Rayvonte Rice
Champaign native made sure the last game in his hometown ended on a memorable note. The Cornhuskers had no answer for the do-everything guard, who tossed in a game-high 23 points. Rice is starting to look like the player he did in the first half of the season. Not good news for other teams.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Freshman Chayanid Prapassarangkul tied for second place Wednesday, leading the Illinois women’s golf team to 10th place at the Hurricane Invitational.