Wisch: Illini Coaching Search Has Fans Feeling the ’PaignBut because Thomas went after coaches that he – as well as the vast majority of other ADs in the country – couldn’t get, he ended up badly embarrassing Illinois. Twice. And, in turn, Thomas, along with more than a little help from the Illinois trustees and administration, has succeeded in making a very good coaching job look like a radioactive one.
Stevens Says No To IllinoisButler’s Brad Stevens will not be taking over as Illini basketball coach.
Report: Illini Reach Out To Brad Stevens Illinois has reportedly reached out to Brad Stevens about its head coaching vacancy and its interest in the Butler head coach is "high".
Hoge: Ten Possible Illini Head Coaching CandidatesWith Bruce Weber officially out the door, here are nine possible Illini head coaching candidates.
Wisch: For Illini Hoops, Loyalty Only Goes So FarThis month, when it comes time for Mike Thomas to hire Illinois’ next basketball coach, I expect that he’ll choose the hottest rising one that’s available to him. And he should hire that guy – even if there’s a threat he may one day go elsewhere.
Thompson: Why I Hope Butler WinsNo matter what happens during Monday night’s NCAA championship game, one school will have a fitting ending to an incredible tournament run.
Bernstein: Butler Has Become AnnoyingIf the Butler Bulldogs win the national title, will they please leave?
Thompson: A Look At The Final Four CoachesThe coaches in the Final Four consist of two seasoned veterans and a pair of young guns who are taking college basketball by storm.
Bernstein: Weber To Oklahoma Would Make SenseToday’s story involves whether Bruce Weber is going to leave Illinois for Oklahoma.
Wisch: Could Duke Be In Brad Stevens' Future?We know where Brad Stevens has been. We know where he’s at right now. And we know where he might be next Monday night.
Thompson: Butler Advances To The Final Four, AgainIt seems VCU has stolen the show in this year’s NCAA Tournament. The Rams improbable, yet dominant run has been unbelievable, but what’s more amazing is Butler’s return to the Final Four.