• Missouri beats Illini for Bragging Rights

    The Illini suffer their 1st loss of the year and their 4th straight St. Louis Bragging Rights loss to Missouri.

  • BU Blasts MV State

    Bradley (8-2) turned in another stellar defensive performance, limiting Mississippi Valley State (0-7) to 42 points on 27.8 percent shooting and forcing 24 turnovers en route to a 77-42 win in the second round of the 2012 Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic Wednesday night at Carver Arena.

  • ISU Holds On at Dayton

    DAYTON, Ohio – Dayton missed two potential game-winning shots with less than three second to play, and Illinois State held on to edge the Flyers, 74-73, Wednesday night at UD Arena.

  • ICC's Twin Towers

    The I-C-C Lady Cougars are off to a 9-2 start, currently ranked 8th in the country. Cindy Stein's team carrying on that program's tradition, and that includes the two girls who serve as ICC's twin towers.

  • BU Shuts Down Ga. Southern

    Bradley junior forward Tyshon Pickett recorded his second career double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds, leading the Braves (7-2) to a 62-43 win against Georgia Southern (4-6) in the first round of the 2012 Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic Monday night at Carver Arena.

  • John Groce wears orange blazer as Lou Henson tribute

    21 year Ilini hoops coach Lou Henson was back at Assembly Hall yesterday. To honor Coach Henson, Illini Coach John Groce wore an orange blazer! After the game, I asked Coach Henson about the new Illini coach.

  • Carmichael's career high 30 lifts ISU

    NORMAL, Ill. -- Jackie Carmichael scored a career-high 30 points, while adding a game-high nine rebounds, as ISU topped Morgan State 87-68 Sunday.

  • 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.

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