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Latest Bruce Weber Items
There's a film clip that Ohio State coach Thad Matta loves showing to his players.
Coach Bruce Weber has no doubt that the NCAA tournament bracket his Illinois team shares with UNLV and Kansas was not done by accident.
With March Madness starting this week, plenty of college coaches are trying to keep their teams focused on the next game and the next opponent.
Thad Matta was hit with so many "what went wrong?" questions on Monday that it was as if his Ohio State team's record was 2-25 instead of 25-2.
With his team leading by five points with just over a minute to go Thursday night, Illinois coach Bruce Weber knew he couldn't relax just yet.
The Illini have actually won a game, boosting their chances of winning the Big Ten by 10-fold. No one could believe it. Coach Bruce Weber wept with joy.
This year's Illinois-Missouri Braggin' Rights clash has a little something extra, the season's first matchup of two 10-win schools.
Bruce Weber kept waiting for it to happen.