Jim Rossow

Jim Rossow

Camp Rantoul: Day 3 directory

For your convenience, here's the Day 3 coverage lineup from Camp Rantoul:

Kyle Prater update

"(Prater) knows (Illinois) a great place and it's a special place," Whitmer told HQ. "I think he's just overwhelmed with everyone pulling at him one way or another. He's not sure yet. To me, that's just something I've been there for him whenever he wants to talk, just to get it off his mind.

Camp Rantoul: Day 2 directory

Jerry Angelo visited, Bob Asmussen chatted and Ron Zook vented. It was busy on Tuesday at Camp Rantoul, and we have the stories, blogs, videos and podcasts to prove it.  Take an hour off work and soak it all in.

Camp Rantoul: Day 1 directory

A photo gallery, Bob Asmussen's full-page report, twice-a-day updates, blogs and podcasts. Take an hour off work and get your fill of Day 1 at Camp Rantoul.

5 O'Clock Shadow

News you can't leave work without:

Illinois golf coach Mike Small tees off at 7:35 a.m. Thursday at the PGA Championship at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn.

Illini football players strike a pose

We asked Ron Zook's Illini to give us their favorite football pose. Who knew Craig Wilson could do a handstand? Or that Sirod Williams could look so imposing? Or that Arrelious Benn would have so much fun with the idea?

Here's John Dixon's collection from Sunday's media day.

5 O'Clock Shadow

News you can't leave work without:

Bob Asmussen has been selected as the state's lone representative to vote in The Associated Press Top 25 college football poll.

No trip to Minnesota for Illini

Illinois won't announce its men's basketball shedule until August. But we keep finding out more and more every day.

The latest: Illinois will play Michigan and Minnesota only once in the regular season.

Ode to the Illini freshmen

This week, Bruce Weber's incoming class of D.J. Richardson, Joseph Bertrand, Brandon Paul and Tyler Griffey showed its potential during workouts and interviews at Ubben Basketball Complex.

The quartet didn't disappoint.


Welcome back, Kendall Gill

Former Illini basketball great Kendall Gill was in Savoy on Monday for his annual golf outing to benefit Cunningham Children's Home.

Lou Henson and Dave Diehl were among the celebrity guests.