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  • What's In A Name?

    Monday, Jul 30 at 11:33 PM

    One of the newest Normal Cornbelters is drawing a lot of attention every time he's introduced. Life is very interesting when you are a baseball player with the same name as a beloved Hall of Famer.

  • WEB EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Hear more from Olympian Champ Oguchi

    LONDON -- Hear more of the Skype interview with Nigerian Olympian and ISU grad Champ Oguchi.

  • ISU Grad Champ Oguchi plays for Nigeria in Olympics

    LONDON -- Illinois State University has representation in the 2012 summer Olympics, Champ Oguchi. The ISU Grad is a member of the Nigerian Basketball team.

  • Chicago Bears 1st practice of 2012

    Lovie Smith put the Bears through a long, hot two and a half hour workout.

  • Normal West, ISU's White gears up for NFL

    After being a Normal football star--first at Normal West High School and then at Illinois State University, Cody White is finally leaving his hometown to pursue his dream--the NFL and a spot with the Houston Texans.

  • D.A. Weibring gives Metamora Fields a 1-year checkup

    D.A. Weibring stopped in Metamora this week to look at his 18 hole creation, Metamora Fields Golf Course.

  • Hall of Fame Bound

    Later this month the late Ron Santo will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. His statistics say he should have gone in a long time ago. So why didn't he?

  • Slighty Off Base

    He never hit a home run or struck anyone out but Mike Veeck has played a major role in baseball over the last 40 years.

  • Major Influence

    Chiefs pitching coach Ron Villone never pitched in an All-Star game, but he did pitch in 717 major league games. He's passing on all that experience to the Chiefs pitching staff.

  • Good First Impression

    Cubs number one draft pick Javier Baez is entering his second month as a Peoria Chief. He's putting up good numbers so far. Baez is 3rd on the team in slugging percentage, 4th on the team in batting average and his batting practice home-runs are the stuff of legend.


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