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N-G Football Top 10: Week 6

It's the matchup we've all been waiting for: No. 1 Unity vs. No. 2 Monticello on Friday night at Hicks Field in Tolono.

Cubbie Conversation, Sept. 25, 2017

J.J. Lockwood is headed to St. Louis and is ready to party at Busch Stadium, where the Cubs can wrap up back to back division titles on Tuesday night.

Wired In: Matt Caesar

Hear from Matt Caesar, chief science officer with Veriflow, talk about the Champaign company's network verification platform built specifically for enterprises, government agencies and service providers to reduce downtime and improve protection by eliminating outages and vulnerabilities in the network.

Those Who Served: Marty Zvonar

As a member of the U.S. Navy's VW-13 Airborne Early Warning Squadron, Marty Zvonar helped keep the country safe during the Cold War. 

Getting Personal: Matt Difanis

Matt Difanis talks about becoming president of the Illinos Realtors Association. At his office in Champaign on Monday, Sept. 18, 2017. 

Game of the Week: Mahomet-Seymour vs. Mattoon Football

Mahomet-Seymour pulled away late in a 40-21 win over its new Apollo Conference rival. Check out all of the highlights here.

Prep football 2017: Week 5 Helmet Stickers

Sports editor Matt Daniels hands out helmet stickers to five high school football players with noteworthy performances following Week 5 of the regular season.

Friday on the Farm, Sept. 22, 2017

Each Friday, business and agriculture writer Ben Zigterman puts the camera on an area farmer. Next up: 2007 Farm Leader of the Year Dennis Riggs, who talked about how dry his well has been this year.

Smith: 'Perfect time for a bye'

Illinois coach Lovie Smith discusses his team's bye week, briefly touches on the quarterback situation and finishes with the idea that even more freshmen might find their way onto the field this season than the 18 that already have.

MJ's Minute: Brad Allen

The Tuscola High School principal talks to Marcus Jackson about the school's homecoming week from his office.