Illini All-Time Records vs. Big Ten Opponents

#1
A lot of you seem AWFULLY interested in my signature ( ;) ), so I thought I would share these numbers, as well! These are through last weekend's IU victory.

INDIANA HOOSIERS: 88-93 (.486)
In Champaign
: 53-34
In Bloomington: 29-57
Since 2000: 22-18

IOWA HAWKEYES: 85-76 (.528)
In Champaign
: 62-17
In Iowa City: 22-56
Since 2000: 21-14

MICHIGAN WOLVERINES: 89-85 (.511)
In Champaign
: 57-28
In Ann Arbor: 30-52
Since 2000: 21-19

MICHIGAN STATE SPARTANS: 60-63 (.488)
In Champaign
: 39-21
In East Lansing: 20-39
Since 2000: 14-20

MINNESOTA GOLDEN GOPHERS: 124-68 (.646)
In Champaign
: 73-19
In Minneapolis: 45-48
Since 2000: 30-8

NORTHWESTERN WILDACTS: 138-42 (.767)
In Champaign
: 70-14
In Evanston: 63-28
Since 2000: 29-9

OHIO STATE BUCKEYES: 106-78 (.576)
In Champaign
: 62-27
In Columbus: 42-48
Since 2000: 13-23

PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS: 29-19 (.604)
In Champaign
: 14-8
In University Park: 12-10
Since 2000: 21-14

PURDUE BOILERMAKERS: 89-102 (.466)
In Champaign
: 58-38
In West Lafayette: 29-63
Since 2000: 16-21

WISCONSIN BADGERS: 111-90 (.552)
In Champaign
: 68-28
In Madison: 40-58
Since 2000: 13-27

NOTES
- We lead the all-time series vs. all of the "traditional" Big Ten teams except for Indiana (almost tied it up a few years ago, IIRC), Michigan State (just lost the edge a few years ago) and Purdue (a surprisingly lopsided series).
- Predictably, we have a winning record vs. every opponent in Champaign.
- We have winning records in two opponents' gyms: Northwestern and Penn State. We had a winning record at Minnesota until a few years ago.
- Some of these series used to look a LOT better, and hopefully this year is the start of regaining some of that Illini glory! Going 13-27 vs. Wisconsin, 13-23 vs. Ohio State and 14-20 vs. Michigan State over the last twenty years (with the last ten being the time period that did the damage) really set us back.

Cheeres to Coach Underwood turning this program around like he has, and here is to continued success! Getting a win in Columbus and on Senior Day vs. Iowa would be wonderful ways to cap the regular season. Go Illini!
 
#3
It looks as though we have (historically) struggled the most @ Iowa. However, Iowa struggles beating us @ home. Let’s hope this holds true!
 
#4
John Wooden played at Purdue in the 1930s. Boilers were really good, at a time when Illini were really good, too
 
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#5
A lot of you seem AWFULLY interested in my signature ( ;) ), so I thought I would share these numbers, as well! These are through last weekend's IU victory.

INDIANA HOOSIERS: 88-93 (.486)
In Champaign
: 53-34
In Bloomington: 29-57
Since 2000: 22-18

IOWA HAWKEYES: 85-76 (.528)
In Champaign
: 62-17
In Iowa City: 22-56
Since 2000: 21-14

MICHIGAN WOLVERINES: 89-85 (.511)
In Champaign
: 57-28
In Ann Arbor: 30-52
Since 2000: 21-19

MICHIGAN STATE SPARTANS: 60-63 (.488)
In Champaign
: 39-21
In East Lansing: 20-39
Since 2000: 14-20

MINNESOTA GOLDEN GOPHERS: 124-68 (.646)
In Champaign
: 73-19
In Minneapolis: 45-48
Since 2000: 30-8

NORTHWESTERN WILDACTS: 138-42 (.767)
In Champaign
: 70-14
In Evanston: 63-28
Since 2000: 29-9

OHIO STATE BUCKEYES: 106-78 (.576)
In Champaign
: 62-27
In Columbus: 42-48
Since 2000: 13-23

PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS: 29-19 (.604)
In Champaign
: 14-8
In University Park: 12-10
Since 2000: 21-14

PURDUE BOILERMAKERS: 89-102 (.466)
In Champaign
: 58-38
In West Lafayette: 29-63
Since 2000: 16-21

WISCONSIN BADGERS: 111-90 (.552)
In Champaign
: 68-28
In Madison: 40-58
Since 2000: 13-27

NOTES
- We lead the all-time series vs. all of the "traditional" Big Ten teams except for Indiana (almost tied it up a few years ago, IIRC), Michigan State (just lost the edge a few years ago) and Purdue (a surprisingly lopsided series).
- Predictably, we have a winning record vs. every opponent in Champaign.
- We have winning records in two opponents' gyms: Northwestern and Penn State. We had a winning record at Minnesota until a few years ago.
- Some of these series used to look a LOT better, and hopefully this year is the start of regaining some of that Illini glory! Going 13-27 vs. Wisconsin, 13-23 vs. Ohio State and 14-20 vs. Michigan State over the last twenty years (with the last ten being the time period that did the damage) really set us back.

Cheeres to Coach Underwood turning this program around like he has, and here is to continued success! Getting a win in Columbus and on Senior Day vs. Iowa would be wonderful ways to cap the regular season. Go Illini!
Thanks some of the numbers were very surprising