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Illinois Fighting Illini Basketball Tickets
For this year's college basketball season, try Vivid Seats for the best selection of 2013-2014 Illinois basketball tickets. Search our marketplace for an assortment of available Illini basketball tickets for the upcoming season. U of I fans can make Vivid Seats their one-stop shop because we boast an ample supply of Illinois Fighting Illini basketball tickets for home, away, and neutral games on the 2013-2014 Illinois basketball schedule. While making your selection, reference the Assembly Hall seating chart to get an idea of prices and the best places to sit for games. Use our secure server or call us at 866.848.8499 to order today.
Illinois Fighting Illini Tournament Tickets
They came so close in 2005, missing an NCAA Championship by six points. The Illini always bounce back so support your school when they head to the tournament and visit Vivid Seats, which will have NCAA Final Four tickets for all games!
No Let Up for Illini as Conference Season Continues
With March quickly approaching, every game means more than the last, and for the Illini, that will involve tackling a slew of challenging opponents on tap in the coming weeks. First-year head coach, John Groce, has done a remarkable job thus far after making the jump from Ohio University, but the 2012-13 Illinois basketball schedule will not let up from here on out, as the Orange and Blue will face nationally ranked foes at least six more times, in addition to rematches with the rising Badgers and Boilermakers, who successfully stole wins from the Illini in January.
The crowds at Assembly Hall have long provided an essential home court advantage, and fans will get plenty more Big Ten action before the regular season ends. Browse the marketplace for 2012-13 Illinois basketball tickets for matchups against nationally ranked Michigan (1/27) and Indiana (2/7), as well as Wisconsin (2/3), Purdue (2/13), Penn State (2/21), and Nebraska (3/2). You also can begin making plans for the annual Big Ten Tournament, which this year will go down at the United Center in Chicago, March 14-17.