Sam Maniscalco

Illinois Fighting Illini #0 - Guard

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 180

Tracy Abrams: The Return


Illinois point guard Tracy Abrams sat out last season with a torn ACL but is ready to assume the roll as starting point guard and take his team back to the NCAA Tournament.

Illinois vs. Minnesota Preview: We Have A History


These two teams, improbably, have some compelling recent history.

"[They] Never Gave Up On Us"


A quote from Brandon Paul on John Groce gives a glimpse into what went wrong with Bruce Weber and the Illini last season.

Purdue Basketball Recruiting: Julius Mays


Julius Mays announced he is transferring from Wright State and he has one year of eligibility left.

2013 Big Ten Basketball Picks


The 2012-13 Big Ten basketball season has a clear favorite.

Mike Davis Tweets That Fighting Illini Have Turned Down NIT Bid, Then Says Nevermind


After much speculation, it seems as though the Illini will not be accepting an NIT bid.

How Iowa can beat Illinois


How Iowa can beat Illinois, a three-step plan for putting Weber out of his misery.

Illinois Vs. Wisconsin Score Update: Fighting Illini Trail 31-18 At Halftime


In the regular season finale for both teams, the Illinois Fighting Illini trail 31-18 at halftime against the Wisconsin Badgers following a brutal first half performance. The Illini have stumbled...

Illini Fall To Michigan 72-61; Well At Least We Can Accept Reality Again


Illinois loses again, this time to Michigan, and all your hopes are dashed.

Michigan Vs. Illinois Preview: Illini On The Bubble Heading Into Senior Night


The Illinois Fighting Illini (17-12, 6-10 Big Ten) can keep their NCAA Tournament hopes alive with a win over the No. 13 Michigan Wolverines (21-8, 11-5 Big Ten) on Thursday.

Purdue At Illinois Preview: A Huge Swing Game


Purdue can take a huge step toward the NCAA Tournament tonight at Illinois.

Northwestern At Illinois: The Battle To Be The North Suburbs Big TenTeam


The Illini look to build on their home win against MSU by taking on the instate rival Wildcats