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  • Schuckman: Private schools take concerns with success factor to IHSA board

    Schuckman: Private schools take concerns with success factor to IHSA board

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 3:31 AM EDT2014-04-23 07:31:37 GMT
    Eric Orne considered it a longshot to think the Illinois High School Association Board of Directors would back track entirely and eliminate the success factor being implemented for athletic programs from non-boundaried schools. But it doesn't hurt to try. "We want the IHSA to hear from us and feel like...
    Eric Orne considered it a longshot to think the Illinois High School Association Board of Directors would back track entirely and eliminate the success factor being implemented for athletic programs from non-boundaried schools. But it doesn't hurt to try. "We want the IHSA to hear from us and feel like...
  • Schuckman: Knuffman, Leathernecks believe better days lie ahead

    Schuckman: Knuffman, Leathernecks believe better days lie ahead

    Monday, April 21 2014 8:46 AM EDT2014-04-21 12:46:34 GMT
    MACOMB, Ill. -- Nathan Knuffman never lost his confidence. That's because the Western Illinois University football coaching staff never lost its confidence in him. Last fall, Knuffman struggled at times in his...
    MACOMB, Ill. -- Nathan Knuffman never lost his confidence. That's because the Western Illinois University football coaching staff never lost its confidence in him. Last fall, Knuffman struggled at times in his...
  • Schuckman: WIU goes all in to make the Wright move for its men's basketball program

    Schuckman: WIU goes all in to make the Wright move for its men's basketball program

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 12:53 AM EDT2014-04-16 04:53:04 GMT
    MACOMB, Ill. — As Billy Wright described his general coaching philosophies, he turned his attention to the back of the Prairie Lounge inside the Western Illinois University Union where several of the WIU men's basketball players had gathered. "Our motto will be ‘All in,' " said Wright, who was formally introduced Tuesday as Jim Molinari's replacement and the 20th head coach in WIU history...
    MACOMB, Ill. — As Billy Wright described his general coaching philosophies, he turned his attention to the back of the Prairie Lounge inside the Western Illinois University Union where several of the WIU men's basketball players had gathered. "Our motto will be ‘All in,' " said Wright, who was formally introduced Tuesday as Jim Molinari's replacement and the 20th head coach in WIU history...
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