College

  • BU Loses On Senior Night

    Wednesday, Feb 27 at 11:12 PM

    Doug McDermott turned in a double-double with 32 points on 12-of-17 shooting and 11 rebounds as visiting Creighton (23-7, 12-5 MVC) spoiled the Bradley’s Senior Night with an 80-62 victory Wednesday night at Carver Arena.

  • ISU Blows Out Bears

    Seniors Tyler Brown and Jackie Carmichael each had stellar performancesin their final game at home Wednesday night, as Illinois State (17-13, 8-9 MVC) used a big second-half run to cruise to a 36-point victory over Missouri State (9-21, 6-11) on Senior Night on Doug Collins Court at Redbird Arena.

  • ISU Pounds Bradley

    Jackie Carmichael and Tyler Brown scored in double-figures, as the Illinois State men’s basketball team (16-10, 7-7 MVC), sporting its throwback uniforms, defeated the Bradley Braves (14-12, 6-8 MVC), 79-59, for its fourth-straight Valley win on Doug Collins Court at Redbird Arena Wednesday night.

  • Braves and Birds

    Bradley and Illinois State meet on Ash Wednesday. A 7:05 start tonight at Redbird Arena. The Birds will be seeking redemption after blowing a sixteen point lead two weeks ago in Peoria.

  • Illini Post-game- John Groce on Minnesota Win

    John Groce talks about the Illini's 2nd straight win over a ranked team.

  • Illinois 74 #1 Indiana 72

    Our postgame report on the Illini's shocking upset win.

  • ISU Comes Back at Drake

    Illinois State overcame a 17-point halftime deficit to beat Missouri Valley Conference foe Drake, 94-86, Wednesday night at the Knapp Center in Des Moines, Iowa.

  • Bradley 76 Evansville 70

    In a back and forth game, Bradley knocks off Evansville, 76-70.

  • BU Comes Up Aces

    While the backcourt stars from both teams combined for 79 points, Bradley junior forward Tyshon Pickett proved to be the difference, leading the host Braves (14-10, 6-6 MVC) to a 76-70 Missouri Valley Conference victory versus Evansville (13-11, 6-6 MVC) Tuesday night at Carver Arena.

  • Lessen Learned

    The Red Devils have won nine of their last eleven, thanks in part to 1,000-point scorer and Delavan alum Mark Lessen.


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