Leron Black scored a game-high 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Illinois past Grand Canyon University 62-58 on Saturday.
We've seen nearly all the highs and lows that 2017 non-conference hoops has to offer, plus a two-game Big Ten sample. So, how many teams will be dancing come March?
Leron Black scored 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds to help Illinois to a 70-64 win over Missouri in the 37th annual pre-Christmas showdown.
The dust is settling on the first early-signing period for college football. And this much is clear: Ohio State is cleaning up, owning the No. 1 class not just in the Big Ten … but in the nation, per 247.com. It’s the first time in this millennium that a Big Ten team has sat on top of the national rankings.
BTN will dedicate seven hours of programming to cover the all-new Early Signing Period on Wednesday with the B1G Football & Beyond: Signing Day Special airing from 9 a.m. ET to 4 p.m. ET. Signing Day coverage also will be streamed via the web, smartphones, tablets and connected devices on BTN2Go, BTN’s digital extension. Mike Hall will handle hosting duties with analysts Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith, and the trio will be joined by Midwest football recruiting analyst for 247 Sports, Allen Trieu, as they provide an in-depth analysis of each school’s class. BTN reporters will be on-site at six
Holiday Greetings, Big Ten basketball fans. The Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal, get tougher and tougher every week, and this week is no exception. Check out BTN analyst Jon Crispin's latest list inside.
Illinois used a 22-5 run to take a late lead over New Mexico State but couldn't hold on as New Mexico State escaped with a 74-69 win.
From the cramped confines of this submersible, Illini scientists are making some seep discoveries.
Illinois crushed Longwood, 92-45, to move to 8-4 on the season behind 22 points from Aaron Jordan.
In his latest BTN podcast, Andy Katz pulls some amazing tales out of Illinois's first-year head coach Brad Underwood, Ohio State player Jae'Sean Tate and former Iowa assistant athletic trainer John Streif.