Nun-And-Done: Loyola Stuns Top-Seeded IllinoisLoyola Chicago executed 101-year-old superfan Sister Jean's plans to a T on Sunday, moving to the Sweet 16 with a 71-58 win over Illinois, the first No. 1 seed bounced from this year's NCAA Tournament.
Sister Jean Confident In Ramblers' NCAA Tournament Chances Against IlliniSister Jean is still working on Ramblers v. Illini scouting report, but she did watch the Illini in Big Ten Championship last week and wants to be careful not to give away any of her game plan that she'll share with the players later. She's confident in Loyola.
Dosunmu Scores 17 As Illinois Tops IndianaOn Sunday, Ayo Dosunmu added another chapter, scoring a game-high 17 points, including a key 3-pointer down the stretch, to lead Illinois over Indiana.
Beer Will Be Sold At Illini Football, Basketball Games This FallThe University of Illinois will start selling beer in general seating areas at Memorial Stadium and State Farm Center this fall.
Bernstein: Illinois Basketball Must Decide What It IsIf this pathetic, blubbering mess of failure and self-flagellation is to be somehow disinfected, it will take some real soul-searching before a reconstruction plan can be created.
Bernstein: Northwestern Should Just Play BallWhen Duke’s Tommy Amaker was a red-hot assistant coach making the interview rounds in the early 1990s, he was said to have applied a litmus test to prospective employers that would determine if he could succeed there.