Illinois men’s basketball assistant coach Stephen Gentry meets with the media at Ubben Basketball Complex in Champaign on Monday afternoon.
Beat writer Emily Giambalvo from the Washington Post has today’s insight on the Terrapins.
Up first on our preseason tour of Big Ten experts: Beat writer Jim Polzin from the Wisconsin State Journal.
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Illinois was three-deep with coaches for Long Island Lutheran (N.Y.) star Andre Curbelo.
Former Illinois center Samba Kane landing at Indian Hills Community College triggered the idea of an update on the other former Illini still in college basketball
After a one-week hiatus for our weekly chat (low numbers honestly dictating such), we're back! Still, it's not going to be a long chat. Hopefully as Illinois basketball spins into high gear in a few weeks the chat will return to form. I also understand the new format has probably changed thi…
The latest recruiting ranking updates by Rivals at the end of last week to a full Top 150 featured five players from the state led by Rolling Meadows guard Max Christie at No. 18
The 7-foot, 220-pound center entered the transfer portal in July and will play the 2019-20 season at Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, Iowa.
With Brad Underwood’s Illini expected to end a long NCAA tournament drought, a look back at the last time Illinois experienced March Madness.
Of the still available targets on Illinois’ recruiting board — the players that haven’t cut a list or did so and kept the Illini on it — Brad Underwood and his coaching staff are after 16 of Rivals’ top 100 recruits and four more out of the next 50.
Illinois basketball had a bit of pipeline into the Illinois Wolves program in the latter stages of the Bruce Weber era.
Underwood hasn’t really moved off this position. In fact, in his post-Italy trip media availability he further discussed his approach to building a roster
Orlando Antigua: "We were able to retain from the young group you guys got to witness last year that had an unbelievably challenging schedule early on and continued to get better and grow and improve."
Fifth, sixth or seventh? That's better than the bottom four, which has been Illinois’ final home all too often the past half dozen seasons.
Honestly, it's hard to believe the 2019-20 Illinois athletics season is underway, but Janet Rayfield's undefeated Illini soccer team already has things off on a good note. We'll see if they can keep it up this weekend when Illinois volleyball and football also get their seasons started. Of c…
Illinois isn’t hunting for a team — contracts just need to be finalized — but that doesn’t stop me from at least trying to guess who it is.
Welcome to “Good Morning, Illini Nation,” your daily dose of college basketball news from Illini beat writer and AP Top 25 voter Scott Richey (send him questions by clicking here). He’ll offer up insights every morning until practice tips off.
Newcomers could factor heavily into any potential success for several Illinois teams this season. With the athletic year underway, beat writer SCOTT RICHEY spotlights 10 Illini that could make the most difference:
2019 Football Schedule
|Aug. 31 Illinois vs. Akron, 11am|
|Sep. 7 at UConn, 2;30pm|
|Sep. 14 vs. Eastern Michigan, 11am|
|Sep. 21 vs. Nebraska, TBA|
|Oct. 5 at Minnesota, 2:30pm or 3pm|
|Oct. 12 vs. Michigan, TBA|
|Oct. 19 vs. Wisconsin, 11am|
|Oct. 26 at Purdue, TBA|
|Nov. 2 vs. Rutgers, TBA|
|Nov. 9 at Michigan State, TBA|
|Nov. 23 at Iowa, TBA|
|Nov. 30 vs. Northwestern, TBA|