We take a look at how Illinois did in 2012.
We are once again going to spend the summer examining the rest of the conference. This week we start with Illinois, the team at the bottom of everything.
The Illinois Fighting Illini, riding high from a five-game winning streak, enter the Crisler Center looking to obliterate Michigan's regular season title hopes. To keep said hopes alive, the Wolverines will need to continue to hold serve at home.
The Wolverines push their conference record to 6-1 and in doing so make the case for number one overall.
After a tough non-conference slate, the Wolverines are now 2-0 in the Big Ten, with a crucial game against divisional rival MSU coming up. The formula has been a formula one: run the ball and play defense. So far, it has yielded tremendous results.
A roundup of Saturday's game coverage from all over the internet, as well as some thoughts on Michigan's defensive play the last couple weeks.
Michigan put together a full sixty minutes of domination against Illinois to move to 2-0 in the conference.
A list of visitors (recruits and commits) who will be attending the Michigan vs. Illinois game October 13th.
A year after an embarrassing collapse and a 2-12 finish to the season, Illinois is looking to new coach John Groce and seniors Brandon Paul, D.J. Richardson and Sam McLaurin so they can regain their place in the Big Ten's upper tier.