Illinois football player to host free camp for kids


Young football fans in Champaign now have an opportunity to spend an afternoon with Division 1 football players. Orange and Blue Kids Camp, hosted by Leitzsey Family Foundation, is a free football camp for children ages six to 13. The event will kick off on July 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Zahnd Field. Founder, Fighting Illini football player Tailon Leitzsey said he uses the camp to give back to children in the community. He started this event last summer when he saw increasing crimes and gun violence among teenagers in Champaign. Watch the live Rugby World Cup action that beIN SPORTS has to offer wherever you are and on any device exclusively on beIN SPORTS CONNECT.

Bowdoin Hands Out 2021-22 Athletic Department Awards at Annual All-Sports Ceremony


The Bowdoin College Athletic Department celebrated the 2021-22 athletic season at its annual All-Sports Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, May 10. The following awards recipients were recognized for their accomplishments on and off the field. Watch 2022 NFR live each night on The Cowboy Channel+ from 10 pm ET. Here you will get What TV Channel is the NFR on Dish, DirecTV, and online streaming.

Schmolik 64 Update (2/5/21): Illinois a #2 Seed


Illinois might have turned the corner after big wins over Iowa and Indiana. Hopefully they can keep the momentum going this weekend vs. Wisconsin.

2020 ACC/Big Ten Challenge?


Will there be one? If so, who should the Illini play? Would you like a crack at Duke?

Northwestern to Play More Games at Wrigley Field, Should Illinois?


Northwestern clearly wants to "own Chicago" but we in Urbana don't want that to happen do we? Illinois's played a few games up at Soldier Field in the last decade including the Northwestern game in 2015. Maybe we should play a few more games up at Wrigley/Soldier Field to match Northwestern in the future. Northwestern Chicago's Big Ten team? No. WE ARE!

Illinois Basketball in CBS Preseason Bracketology!


I know it means nothing but I can't remember Illinois being in any bracketology predictions in several years so I think it's noteworthy.

One of Illinois football's biggest offseason additions won't play during the 2019 season.


"The appeal for Illinois sophomore tight end Luke Ford, who transferred to the Illini in January after spending his freshman season at Georgia in 2018, to be eligible for the upcoming season was denied by the NCAA Division I Appeals Committee for Legislative Relief on Friday." Seems like not all schools are treated equally. Ohio State and Miami get waivers for big time transfer quarterbacks, but Illinois can't get a waiver for a kid who wants to come home.

Bg Ten Basketball to Play 20 Conference Games, Illinois to Play Northwestern Twice a Year!


Really? Has anyone ever considered Northwestern a rival to Illinois? Now I'm old but in the Lou Henson days when Northwestern was your rival, you sucked. Now that they have Chris Collins as their coach and we're a perennial NIT team maybe we should hope to be their rival. But putting us with Michigan-Michigan State and Indiana-Purdue wasn't necessary. I didn't think they needed any protected rivalries, maybe just Indiana-Purdue. But the move to 20 games

JCL to DePaul


I'm shocked I tell you. Shocked.