Illinois head basketball coach John Groce is certainly making waves in the recruiting process.
It’s a big weekend for second-year head coach John Groce.
To show I’m not just blowing smoke, here are some other suggested sponsors for a few of the Big Ten basketball and football coaches:
What exactly would you call this season for the University of Illinois basketball team?
From the looks of things, it appears that Illinois has a truly elite coach in John Groce.
They say where there’s smoke, there’s fire.
Hey, anything to keep my mind off Illinois football, ya know?
The signs around campus still read “University of Illinois,” but right now the place is going by a different name: Transfer Central.
Now that 670 The Score will be the new home for University of Illinois basketball and football, The Boers and Bernstein Show hosted an Illini roundtable in studio on Wednesday afternoon.
Illinois basketball has added Seton Hall’s Aaron Cosby and Illinois State’s Jon Ekey, the school announced Wednesday.
Fighting Illini Head Basketball Coach John Groce received a one-year contract extension, according to a press release.
From 1994-98, I was a student at the University of Illinois, and during those four years I saw a grand total of 14 football victories.
Three Illinois basketball players have been granted permission to transfer and will do so when the spring semester ends.
A long-discussed plan to renovate 50-year-old Assembly Hall at the University of Illinois should start next year and, while cutting seating capacity, include adding air conditioning and suites, Athletic Director Mike Thomas said Thursday.
It turned out that the Illini – and, most significantly, athletic director Mike Thomas – were indeed lucky. And in the end, that was good.
The last time Illinois and Colorado squared off in a game that truly meant something, the Fighting Illini fell far behind, staged a furious comeback and escaped with a dramatic one-point victory.
Illinois ran out of the gate to start this season, a hot-shooting surprise that opened 12-0 just months after imploding in a way that made observers wonder whether the Illini might carry the effects for some time.
About 20 minutes had passed since their failed attempt at beating the Indiana Hoosiers for the second time this season, but there was still a small sense of accomplishment in the room.
When Minnesota guard Austin Hollins stepped out of bounds with 14.6 seconds left in regulation, John Groce had a decision to make.
By the end of that ugly Big Ten basketball tilt in Iowa City on Tuesday night, the only thing more plentiful among the Illini than missed shots was their disappointment.