Coaching lineage took center stage last night at the Hall. And Gene Keady was on hand to watch Weber give the old 1-2 to Stallings as the Illini toppled the Commodores.
When Boise St. was scheduled to come into Assembly Hall, they were supposed to be a guaranteed W. It just wasn't that easy.
Part of winning tough games on the road is simply luck. Illini used their talent first, and added a touch of magic to secure the program's biggest comeback ever.
Why is Rep. Tim Johnson (R) pictured on the left? Well, simply put, he answered our query about who he thinks should be the Illini's starting five on the hardwood this year. See who else answered within.
Now 3–0, the Illini are starting to reveal just what works and what doesn't. McColley is there to make sure it gets passed on.
After a hot start, the Illini basketball team are prepared for what should be a pushover, tonight at the Hall.
Illini basketball 2009-2010 is officially underway, and there's much to discuss. McColley dives in, and you should, too.
The Illini topped Quincy Sunday night 84–63, and in the process, exposed a few holes that the coaches should be looking to patch before the season opener on Friday.
Matt O'Neal had the fortune of working out with the Illini basketball team and trying out as a walk on. The misfortune came when Weber didn't select to keep him on.
Illini Basketball '09-'10 officially on Friday night at The Hall with a nice win over some team that of which you've never heard. McColley returns...
Alex Legion, the once fabled transfer, finally looked like he might live up to the hype that he carried into Assembly Hall last year at the annual Orange & Blue Scrimmage.
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