Greenstein: Could Zook Be In Jeopardy?Terry Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to break down college football.
Wisch: Illinois AD Clocks Out, Leaves Weber, Zook TickingThe University of Illinois is on the clock. But it's Bruce Weber and Ron Zook who can hear theirs ticking. At about 5 p.m. this evening Illinois will be without an official athletic director for the first time since 1992.
Report: Illinois Hires Firm To Help Find New Athletic DirectorThe University of Illinois has hired the firm Parker Executive Search to help the school find the successor to retiring athletic director Ron Guenther.
Guenther To Retire After 19 Years As Illini ADRon Guenther has served as the Director of Athletics for the University of Illinois for the last 19 years. On Monday, he announced that he would retire after the competition of his contract on June 30.
Wisch: Can Bruce Weber Learn Something From…Ron Zook?There was a fire in Champaign this week. Early Wednesday, a blaze started in a building on Green Street – the main Campustown drag – and destroyed a couple of popular restaurants.
Bernstein: Is Jereme Richmond Done At Illinois?This is the risk you run when you recruit eighth-graders.
Illinois AD Confident Weber Can Fix TeamThe Illini aren't quite living up to expectations but coach Bruce Weber has a plan to fix the team's problems. The Athletic Director has confidence in Weber too.
Wisch: Is Bruce Weber Over-Coaching The Illini? The State of Illinois is caught in a blizzard. And the state of Illinois basketball is caught in a bind. So … which one digs itself out first?
Wisch: Is Ron Zook's Job At Illinois Secure?As a University of Illinois season ticket holder, I’ve watched a lot of Ron Zook football during the past six years. Most of it bad.
Zook Not Taking It Personally Most Illini fans were pleasantly surprised by the team's 5-3 start. But with back-to-back loses, Ron Zook is beginning to hear the criticism.
Shepkowski: Bowl Bid Shouldn’t Save ZookTwo weeks ago there was talk of Illinois winning as many as nine games and playing in a Post New Years’ bowl game. Loses to Michigan and Minnesota in consecutive weeks have instead dampened those dreams and now the best the Illini can hope for is a 7-5 finish.