• D is For Dyricus

    The Bradley Braves end their semester exam sabbatical Monday in a 7 pm start with Georgia Southern at Carver Arena. It's one of a dwindling number of home games for home-town guy Dyricus Simms-Edwards.

  • Illini add hoops recruit- Finke chooses Illinois

    The Big Ten schools came calling Champaign Centennial's Michael Finke--but the hometown kids will play for the Illini. The 6-foot-9 forward today ended his recruitment by selecting Illinois over offers from Iowa, Wisconsin and Purdue among others.

  • Kaza Keane- A profile of ISU's freshman guard

    The Redbirds veteran squad is being led by a pretty poised freshman point guard.

  • Illini-Gonzaga Hoops Preview

    It's a battle of unbeatens as #13 Illinois plays at #10 Gonzaga Saturday night.

  • Tremont Turks have NIU Husky Pride

    The NIU Huskies are the talk of the nation as they head to the Orange Bowl. Tremont High Coach Lou Wicks is beaming with pride. He's a former bowl game MVP for NIU and now his daughter is heading to the Orange Bowl with NIU.

  • ISU Redbirds get ready for red turf

    The ISU Redbirds face one of the most unique road trip challenges in football--a visit to the bright red turf of Eastern Washington.

  • On The Road Again

    The Illinois State football team hits the road for the second straight weekend in the NCAA football playoffs when they visit Eastern Washington on Saturday.

  • BU Holds off GW

    Junior center Jordan Prosser matched his career-high with 17 points and also paced the Braves with eight rebounds as Bradley (6-2) withstood a late rally from George Washington (4-4) for a 72-68 non-conference win Tuesday night at Carver Arena.

  • 2nd Half Fade Dooms ISU

    Illinois State led by as many as 19 points in the first half, but a second-half comeback by Wyoming gave the Cowboys (9-0) an 81-67 road victory over the Redbirds (5-3) Tuesday night on Doug Collins Court at Redbird Arena.

  • ISU Coach Brock Spack responds to WMU rumors

    Another week, another rumor for Illinois State football coach Brock Spack. Last week, Spack denied rumors he was a coaching candidate at Purdue. Today, Spack discussed whether he's a candidate at Western Michigan.

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