National

  • BU Loses at #1 Duke

    The Bradley Braves fell to top-ranked Duke 83-48 on Wednesday night, as Blue Devils head coach Mike Krzyzewski moved into 3rd place on the all-time wins list for college coaches.

  • BU's #1 Priority

    In the words of Rod Stewart, tonight's the night. The Bradley Braves visit the number one Duke Blue Devils in an 8-0-clock tip-off in Durham, North Carolina.

  • Bradley vs. Goliath

    The Bradley Braves get their Rocky Balboa shot tonight, facing the reigning heavy weight champs of college basketball. BU visits number one Duke, the defending national champions, tonight at 8 pm Central time.

  • Cubs legend Ron Santo dead at 70

    Legendary Chicago Cubs player and broadcaster Ron Santo died Thursday night in Arizona. He was 70.

  • BU Soccer Draws Tulsa

    After sweeping through the 2010 State Farm Missouri Valley Conference Men's Soccer Championship, Bradley (11-8-3) drew a former Valley rival for its NCAA Tournament first-round game.

  • Golden Goal

    It's been 2 years since Christian Wurth-Thomas ran in the Olympics. The Bloomington Native planning on representing the U-S again two years from now.

  • Web Exclusive: Jim Thome Interview

    WEEK Sports Director Lee Hall's exclusive interview with Twins designated hitter, and Limestone Rockets alum, Jim Thome, who is closing in on the post-season, 600 career home runs, and a spot in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

  • Web Exclusive: Minnesota Twins on Jim Thome

    The Minnesota Twins, on the verge of clinching a playoff spot, talk about their new designated hitter, Jim Thome. The Limestone alum is leading the Twins in homers in his frist season with Minnesota.

  • Web Exclusive: Baseball Writer on Jim Thome

    Chicago Tribune baseball writer Dave van Dyck, a Washington, Illinois native, speaks to WEEK-TV Sports Director Lee Hall about Jim Thome and the possibility of the Limestone alum being voted into Baseball's Hall of Fame.

  • Hall of Fame for Thome?

    Jim Thome and the Minnesota Twins magic number is quickly dwindling, and will very soon clinch the A-L Central Division Crown.


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