Loren Tate joins Steve Kelly for today's show. They discuss the latest in sports news, then chat about the latest Illini recruits with Randy Taylor (NCSA Sports Recruiting).
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New Golden State guard Shaun Livingston isn’t the only member of his family heading west.
Mike Thomas and Rick Darnell have plenty of reasons to thank Illinois athletic department donors.
Twenty-eight million of them. And counting.
As the fiscal year draws to a close on June 30, Illinois has already set a record for donations.
As of Thursday, the total was at $28,123,205.
That will buy a lot of basketballs, athletic tape and sports drinks.
Despite a 28-35 record through his first two seasons in charge of the Illinois women’s basketball program, Matt Bollant is wearing a smile regularly these days.
Why such optimism from the coach?
CHAMPAIGN — With an influx of talent, including McDonald’s All-American Chatrice White to go along with some experienced returnees, Illinois women’s basketball coach Matt Bollant was already feeling good about his third season in charge of the program.
The biggest school in the state hosts a baseball super-sectional today.
“I think any time you have young people on your field and they are exposed to your university that’s a positive,” Illinois baseball coach Dan Hartleb said, “not only for your university, but for the community.”
But is that enough? Not even close.
After the initial media blitz, what was the first thing you did related to the team?
DELANO, Minn. — Alex Wittinger left Champaign Sunday morning.
She will be back.
After arriving home, the 6-foot-1 junior forward called UI women’s basketball coach Matt Bollant and gave a verbal commitment to enrolling at the school as an engineering major in the fall of 2015.
Junior guard Ivory Crawford was named Illinois women’s basketball MVP at the team’s postseason banquet Monday night.