The independent student newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

The Daily Illini

The independent student newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

The Daily Illini

The independent student newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

The Daily Illini

Crime: Arrests plagued three Illini athletics programs in 2015-16

Crime: Arrests plagued three Illini athletics programs in 2015-16

May 8, 2016

The majority of Illinois student-athletes made headlines for the right reasons in 2015-16, but six arrests stained several Illini athletic programs in the last year. Four members of the Illini men’s...

Injury-depleted Illini finish 15-19, fall in third round of Big Ten tournament

May 8, 2016

Illinois basketball (15-19, 12th in Big Ten) experienced many injuries and off-the-court issues this season. The first blow occurred when point guard Tracy Abrams tore his achilles tendon in July,...

?A win over Michigan would put a tumultuous nonconference further behind the Illini

?A win over Michigan would put a tumultuous nonconference further behind the Illini

By Alex Roux December 30, 2015

The story of the 2015 nonconference season has been written, and it's one Illini basketball fans would like to leave in the past.They know all about the injuries that threatened to derail the season before...

Illinois Rayvonte Rice (24) rises for a shot during the game against Oregon at United Center in Chicago, Illinois on Dec. 13, 2014. The Illini lost 70-77.

Illinois falls back on bad habits as season progresses

December 16, 2014

According to head coach John Groce: Illinois is not yet a “team.” While the Illinois men’s basketball team has looked to make noticeable improvements to its offense this season, both the offense...

Brian Tucker and Nate Leonardi

University Basketball Band members bring back a popular ’90s Blues Brothers tradition

By Bridget Hynes March 19, 2014

For every Big Ten home basketball game this season, Brian Tucker and Nate Leonardi have stepped onto the court of State Farm Center to perform — while wearing suits and ties.  Tucker, senior in Engineering,...

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