The Morning Fix: Illini News From Around The Web

Mandatory Credit: Bradley Leeb-USA TODAY Sports

Mandatory Credit: Bradley Leeb-USA TODAY Sports

Many people need their coffee to get up and going in the morning. Here at Writing Illini, we understand that for Illini fans, coffee is simply not enough.

Here’s all that’s happening around Illini Nation this morning.

Welcome to The Morning Fix.

  •  It might be a neutral site game between Illinois and Washington this weekend, but the Huskies still need to travel from Washington to Illinois. Paul Somerstein of thehuskyhaul.com talks about what kind of test Washington faces on the road against Illinois this weekend.
  • After both Michigan State and UCLA sent coaches to visit 2014 PG Quentin Snider, Jeff Borzello of CBS Sports talks about how Snider’s commitment could be on the horizon.
  • The ESPN Big Ten Blog talks about the kind of momentum that the Fighting Illini are riding into Chicago for this weekend’s match-up with Washington.
  • Nathan Scheelhaase and the Illinois offense have been the talk of the town so far to start the 2013 season. The Boston Herald displays how the Illinois offense has finally come back to life under new offensive coordinator Bill Cubit. Also, Jack Jorgensen of Fansided’s Saturdayblitz.com talks about how Scheelhaase has reemerged for the Fighting Illini.

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Topics: Illinois Fighting Illini, Nathan Scheelhaase, Quentin Snider

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