Ex-Illini McFadden Wins Boston Marathon Wheelchair RaceTatyana McFadden has won the women's wheelchair race at the Boston Marathon. The 28-year-old from Maryland crossed the finish line on Boylston Street on Monday in an official time of 2 hour, 4 minutes, 39 seconds. It was the slowest winning time in 30 years.
Report: Former Illinois Assistant Wayne McClain Passes AwayMcClain was a former Illinois assistant and state champion high school coach.
Wisch: Rodgers Not The First NFL QB Illini Dropped The Ball OnIllinois football has whiffed on some great signal-callers in the past two decades.
Wisch: Badgers Shows Us Illini Football Can Be MoreWisconsin was once in the doldrums and is now a Big Ten power.
Wisch: It's Time To Let Tim Beckman Go Illinois is just 1-17 in Big Ten play under Beckman's direction.
Wisch: In Big Ten, Beckman Should Be Held To Higher StandardTim Beckman's boss made it clear upon his hiring that Big Ten success was the goal.
Illini Land 4-Star Recruit Jalen ColemanColeman is the third member of Illinois' 2015 class.
Illini Guard Tracy Abrams To Miss Season With ACL TearLosing a senior starter is a big blow for the Illini.
Wisch: Illini Lose Brunson, But All Is Not LostJohn Groce has Illinois in it to the end so often that he'll soon land a big fish.
Wisch: Lunt's Slow Starts Can't Follow Illini To SeattleIllinois is 2-0 despite sluggish starts to games.
Wisch: It Should Be 'Bowl Or Bust' For Beckman In 2014No Illini coach has started with three straight losing seasons since 1977-'79.
Wisch: It's Time The Illini Erect Statues Honoring Butkus, HalasIt's time to honor the past and further connect Chicago to Champaign.