The University of Illinois Football team is known as the Fighting Illini. The University of Illinois fields varsity teams in the NCAA Division I FBS and is a founding member of the Big Ten Conference.
Illini athletic teams compete at the highest level, often contending for Big Ten Conference and NCAA titles. The football stadium on the Illinois campus is 70,904-seat Memorial Stadium, named after the men and women of Illinois who died serving our country in World War I and II.
The University of Illinois Fighting Illini football team has won five national championships in football during the 1914, 1919, 1923, 1927, and 1951 seasons.
The mascot for the Illinois Fighting Illini was Chief Illiniwek until 2007. The University of Illinois is actively searching for his replacement.
The official site of Illinois Fighting Illini Athletics is FightingIllini.com.
The Illinois Fighting Illini Football Team’s Head Coach is Lovie Smith.
The University of Illinois is a public coeducational university located in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. Founded in 1867, the U of I has an enrollment of 42,326 students. The University of Illinois Academic website can be found at illinois.edu.
Illinois Football Gameday Central has Illinois football information featuring traffic tips and directions, Memorial Stadium parking information, U of I Gameday activities, and University of Illinois Gameday maps.
The Illinois Fighting Illini home football stadium, Memorial Stadium, opened in 1923. The stadium has since grown to an official capacity of 70,904. The football field within Memorial Stadium is named Zuppke Field. At the north end of Zuppke Field is the Grange Rock, a tribute to Red Grange.
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Big Ten Football Online compiles all the local radio network listings so fans of Fighting Illini sports can listen to the University of Illinois football game online. Find out where you can listen to Illinois football online at Big Ten Football Radio Online.
Illini football games are shown across the Midwest on the Illini Sports Network. Listen live to Illini football games on WDWS-AM 1400 and WHMS-FM 97.5. WDWS has broadcast Illini football games since 1935 and WHMS has aired Illini games since 1957.
View the 2015 Fighting Illini football schedule at the 2015 Big Ten Football Schedule Grid.
Get access to all Big Ten football games, highlights, and replays on the Big Ten Network. Find out where you can watch Illinois football online at Watch Big Ten Football Online. Big Ten Football Online is the best place to watch the Illinois football game online.
Illini All-Access…Watch Illinois Fighting Illini Football games streamed live online.
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Hail to the Orange is an Illinois Football cheer and Oskee-Wow-Wow is the Fighting Illini fight song. Download free Illinois Fighting Illini ringtones at Illinois Fighting Illini fight song ringtones.
There are many daily updated and in-depth fan sites and blogs covering the University of Illinois football team. The most widely visited Illinois football websites are:
Illinois Loyalty…The Illini Sports Chronicle.
Fighting Illini Sports Sites…Find the best Fighting Illini sports online.
Illini Pride…Official website of the Illini Pride Student Organization.
Illini Nation…Your site for Fighting Illini sports.
Inside Illini…A member of the Scout network.
Orange and Blue News…A member of the Rivals network.
Illinois Quarterback Club…Supporting U of I Football for nearly 70 years.
There are many Illinois Newspapers that cover Fighting Illini Football locally. The short list of the most popular is:
Daily Illini…Official University of Illinois student newspaper.
Illini HQ…Fighting Illini Football coverage from the News-Gazette in Champaign-Urbana.