The Bilastrator: Illinois
Jay Bilas breaks down one way the Illini initiate their motion offense
The 12-6 Illinois Fighting Illini can take a huge step toward contending in the Big Ten with a win Tuesday against the No. 15 Purdue Boilermakers (9 p.m. ET, ESPN). Much like Purdue, Illinois relies on a motion offense, but each team has its own way of getting into the flow. Jay Bilas breaks down one of the Illini's opening sets below, but be sure to check out his analysis of Purdue's set right here.
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