UCLA 7-3

Illinois recovered a fumble at the UCLA 29-yard line after a botched snap, and the Illini appeared to be primed to tie the game, but one big Glenn Love play changed things.

After Illinois moved it to the UCLA 3-yard line for a 3rd-and-3, Love sacked Nate Scheelhaase for a 15-yard loss before Derek Dimke put Illinois on the board as the first half expired.

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  • Surrender Monkey

    Over at Bruin Nation Nestor says we only sold 3,000 tickets for the Hungry Bowl! We had to give the rest of the 15,000 tix allotted UCLA away, to whom……, the hungry? On top of that, we had to pay something like $500,000 to play in this farce which is not counting our expenses. I just hope the bleachers aren’t empty and the tv cameras don’t pan the stands. I”ve gone to high school games that had larger ticket sales. Geez, I hope we win or else its going to be embarrassing at work next week. Jon, why did we have to play this game?