If you want to get the most out of your Illini experience, the best way to do it is by attending a home game.
That’s because Illinois’ men’s basketball program is one of the best in the nation.
So far this season, the Illini have been one of only two teams in the country that have been able to reach a bowl game, earning a berth in the BCS title game after upsetting No. 12 Washington.
So how does the Illinis get to the B-52s?
The answer is not as easy as it may sound.
If you are looking to get a chance at getting into the Illinos first two games, we have a quick primer to help you out.
Before you can take advantage of the B52s home schedule, you need to register for the program.
There are no scholarships involved, so don’t worry about making it past a simple online registration.
Once you are on campus, just make sure you are in the right zone.
Illini fans have a strict curfew that ends at midnight on Wednesday.
If there is a fire or any other emergency, the only thing you can do is get off campus and wait for the rest of the school to get back to normal.
It’s not the worst thing in the world, but it’s definitely not ideal.
You will also need to be on campus by 6 p.m. on Thursday to register to play.
You can do this online or you can sign up at the gate at the Illinois stadium.
If registering to play is your primary goal, it’s a good idea to get an official Illini jersey and a T-shirt that says Illini.
For some of the more obscure players, they might even have the official Illinis uniform on hand for you to borrow if you need it.
Here’s what you need: Illini official jerseys and T-shirts.
We’ll talk about each of them a bit later.