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Anthony Zilis' Week 7 Helmet Stickers

A couple of repeat performers earned helmet stickers this week, including an area quarterback that threw for seven touchdowns.

VIDEO PICK: UI 21, Iowa 14

Illinois football arrived at its team headquarters on Friday afternoon, where The News-Gazette traveling party met them. Beat writer Matt Daniels offers up his weekly video pick before the Illini play at Iowa on Saturday morning and is convinced Illinois wins its first two Big Ten games since 2011. 

MJ's Minute: Coleman-Lands as sixth man?

When healthy, Jalen Coleman-Lands would serve Illinois well as its sixth man.

Video: Where Am I? Oct. 5, 2015

Every week, we'll show you a short clip of a spin somewhere in the area in a 1986 Corvette. Your job? Figure out where the video was shot.

Those Who Served: Bette Babb

Bette Babb talks about meeting bandleader Glenn Miller while she was a dispatcher for the Air Force during World War II, working out of Maxwell Field in Alabama.

Getting Personal: The Rev. Frank Hoss

The Rev. Frank  Hoss, who has been pastor of Hope Church for the past 11 years, sits inside the small church's intimate sanctuary in a town once called Hope on Thursday, August 27, 2015.

VIDEO: Illinois celebrates upset against Nebraska

Illinois trailed Nebraska by 13 points heading into the fourth quarter, but a pair of touchdown passes from Wes Lunt — including the winner to Geronimo Allison with just 10 seconds to play — was cause for celebration at Memorial Stadium.

Daniels: 'Thrilling' win for Illini

Beat writer Matt Daniels gives a quick recap of Illinois' 14-13 upset victory against Nebraska. The Illini scored the game-winning touchdown after starting their final drive with less than a minute to play against the Cornhuskers.

Anthony Zilis' Week 6 Helmet Stickers

This week's helmet stickers go out to one of the area's top receivers, a Vermilion Valley running back, a Champaign rusher and two others.

VIDEO PICK: Nebraska 42, UI 21

The Illini are vying for their first win in a Big Ten opener since 2011. But with Nebraska coming to town, even with the Cornhuskers off to a pedestrian 2-2 record so far, Bill Cubit's team might be in for a rough afternoon.