Wisch: The Real Reasons Behind Ron Zook’s Rise And FallWhen it comes to the reasons why Illinois’ seventh-year head football coach held on to his job for so long and why he finally lost it on Sunday morning, I can boil Zook’s problems down to just four.
Lions Lose Former Illini RB Leshoure For SeasonLions coach Jim Schwartz says running back Mikel Leshoure has a torn Achilles tendon and is out for the year.
Illinois' Leshoure Staying Grounded Through Draft ProcessAs the NFL Draft quickly approaches, more and more mock drafts pile up and more predictions are made about where college football's best players will end up.
Leshoure Still Focused On Being Top RB In DraftMikel Leshoure spent three seasons competing with his Fighting Illini teammates against other top college football programs. Now he's competing against one of the best running backs from the SEC.
Leshoure Ready For Illini Pro DayMikel Leshoure worked nonstop to prepare for the NFL Combine, and that hard work payed off. Now Leshoure is a day away from his pro day, and another chance to impress the NFL scouts and coaches.
Could Leshoure Be The First Running Back Taken In The Draft?Mikel Leshoure is one of the best running backs in the the history of Fighting Illini football, but just where does he stack up in this year's NFL Draft.
Leshoure: Combine Experience Was 'A Dream Come True'Former Illinois running back Mikel Leshoure will check in with the Mully and Hanley Show each week to give updates as he prepares for April's NFL Draft.
Leshoure Officially Declares For NFL DraftYesterday, the news broke that linebacker Martez Wilson would be declaring for the NFL Draft. Now it appears his teammate Mikel Leshoure will be joining him.
Report: Martez Wilson Headed To NFL, More Illini To Follow?According to a report, Illinois junior line backer Martez Wilson will declare for the NFL Draft.
Wisch: One Illini Bowl Game Is Not EnoughWell, I’m back from the Texas Bowl and you can color me orange. And impressed.
Muller: Illini Could Be In For Special Season In 2011Winning a bowl game like the Texas Bowl may not be that big of a deal to many who follow college football, but for the University of Illinois fans and Ron Zook, they will gladly take it.