LIVE! Cubit talking Iowa

Our Matt Daniels, Bob Asmussen and Loren Tate are at Bill Cubit's weekly news conference at Memorial Stadium.

Follow along on Twitter here.

Some updates, courtesy Daniels:

Refs to Illinois: Our bad (And Cubit reaction)

Follow along from Bill Cubit's Monday afternoon press conference right here. 

A bizarre set of circumstances on Saturday during the Illini's game against Nebraska led to Illinois inadvertently going for it on fourth down when nearly everyone inside Memorial Stadium thought it was third down.

10-05-15 Monday Morning Quarterbacks

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10-05-15 Monday Morning Quarterbacks. Jim Turpin and Loren Tate are the Monday Morning Quarterbacks after the BIG ILLINI WIN over Nebraska.


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Oct. 6 Illini volleyball & women's basketball chat

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 - 4:30pm

The Illinois volleyball team is coming off consecutive losses to Wisconson and Minnesota with Penn State headed to Huff Hall on Friday. Illinois women's basketball practice will also in its second day by the time beat writer Scott Richey chats about both sports at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. So what do you want to know Illini fans?

Should Cubit get the full-time job?

Bob Asmussen, who has covered Illinois football for 27 years, said as much after the Illini's win against Nebraska. 

"Hire him. Right now. Don’t let Bill Cubit go one more second as interim coach."

UI roundup: Singhsumalee leads Illini in Texas

BOERNE, Texas — Bing Singhsumalee finished the Jim West Challenge’s first round Sunday tied for seventh, leading Illinois women’s golf at Tapatio Springs Resort.

Singhsumalee carded a 1-under 71, putting her 5 strokes behind first-day leader Maddie Szeryk of Texas A&M.

Vaughn off to a running start with Illini

CHAMPAIGN — Convince mom, convince Sydnee.

Those were the two people in Ke’Shawn Vaughn’s recruitment that Illinois assistant coach Alex Golesh knew he needed to win over.

“There were six consecutive weeks last offseason where I flew to Nashville and hung out in Nashville all day long,” Golesh said. “I did not go to any country bars. I really just hung out at Pearl-Cohn.”

Bollant's squad 'anxious' to start 2015-16 season

CHAMPAIGN — Illinois hasn’t exactly been inactive this fall. The players still spent time in the weight room. Still spent their allotted two hours a week with the coaching staff.

But as the 2015-16 season tips off today with the official start of practice, the Illini will ramp up from what coach Matt Bollant called a “slower fall.”

Monday morning pop quiz: Oct. 5, 2015

10 questions about news that broke — from a popular Arthur business closing its doors to the Marching Illini's Thanksgiving Day plans — in last week's News-Gazette and

Oct. 4 Asmussen Top 25

Staff writer Bob Asmussen is a voting member of the AP Top 25 football panel. Here is this week's ballot:


1. Ohio State
2. Michigan State
3. TCU
4. Baylor
5. LSU