Illinois weathers cold-shooting first half to beat Brown on Monday.
Illinois's sophomores are stepping up exactly how fans hoped they would early in the season.
The Illini men picked up a pair of wins in its first weekend of play, but in opposite ways.
Illinois has a talented roster, but does its nonconference schedule set the team up for success? Chris breaks it down.
Illinois won a conference game at Memorial Stadium, the defense played well, and the world didn't end. Chris tries to come to grips with these realities after the game.
Football season is still dragging on, but basketball is coming soon and the Illini are loaded with depth and poised for a good season.
Chris looks at the issues raised by the data in the U of I revenue and expenses report, including the astronomical coaching salaries and whether student-athletes should (finally) be paid.
Chris analyzes data from a revenue and expense report of the U of I's athletic department for the reporting year of 2013.
In which the local assisted-living facilities empty for one night, so their octogenarian residents can sleep through an awards ceremony.
It's all over. Now we, the Illini nation, can put all our energy into other vices.
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