Illinois has a lot to prove next year after a strong finish to this season.
Tracy Abrams missed a runner in the horn, and Illinois is likely NIT-bound.
“There’s no magic formula,” Iowa coach Fran McCaffery says.
Rick Reilly chose not to adapt, and the Darwinian genre has spoken.
Defensive tackle Henry Melton is exploring all his options on the open market.
The Knicks are trying the darndest to keep Carmelo Anthony in New York.
A new-look starting five has paid dividends for Illinois, which is in dire need of at least one more win.
The numbers show Chicago has outperformed Colorado in many aspects, but not what matters most.
Tracy Abrams scored 25 points to lead the Illini to victory.
This is more of a depth/special teams move than anything.
The Bears found the other bookend on their defensive line.
The Bears have now signed two defensive ends in free agency.
Hixon only had 55 receiving yards last year after recording 567 yards in 2012.
Charles Tillman is still on the open market and in play for the Bears.
Chicago wants Jared Allen if the price is right.
Jonathan Martin is wanted in an NFL locker room, while it appears Richie Incognito is not.
Houston has the versatility and read-and-react skills the Bears coveted.
There’s plenty of talk about the new Bears, including perspective from Mike Florio.
Taaxpayers should be worried because it’s a long shot that DePaul comes close to filling any arena.
The guys will lots of free agency, the Michael Bush cut and speculate why Dante Rosario could’ve gotten released so quickly.
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