2014 Illinois Fighting Illini Football Parking Passes
There is nothing quite like big boy football played at the
highest possible level, and that's what you tend to get whenever the Illinois Fighting Illini hit the field looking to put
on a show in front of the home fans. Memorial Stadium fills up seats for every home matchup during football season, and this
means parking can sometimes be a hassle at the venue. But don't make the mistake of thinking that the experience starts at
kickoff, as thousands of fans pour into the parking lot before the game to get the action started in the right way as the
Illinois Fighting Illini gear up for a big game that will have everyone buzzing all over campus.
In the Big 10, there
is always plenty of great competition, with the Illini tending to be right in the thick of some of the biggest games of the
season. With matchups against Purdue, Minnesota, Penn State and more at home this season, there are plenty of options as the
Fighting Illini look to put together another memorable year loaded with moments that fans will be buzzing about around town.
Once you're there in the middle of a nail-biter that could go either way, you'll definitely be glad that you're not sitting
Illinois Fighting Illini Team Info
The history of the University of Illinois football program
dates back more than a century, giving fans plenty of thrills over the years. Some of the legendary players to have worn the
blue and orange include Red Grange and Dick Butkus, two of the greatest players ever to put on shoulder pads and a helmet.
With five national titles, 15 conference titles and 24 consensus All-Americans to date, the Illinois Fighting Illini are definitely
no strangers to bringing winning football to campus, which is why it's always a good idea to put down the remote and head
out to see the action the way it was meant to be seen as the Illini look to do their thing this season.
Fighting Illini Trivia
Did you know that Dick Butkus made the NFL Pro Bowl every single season but his last one after
dominating for Illinois?
When Butkus came out of Illinois in 1965, the Chicago Bears definitely knew what they had on
their hands, and fans got to watch Butkus as he became one of the very best linebackers in the history of football on any
College Football Experience
Professional sports are great, but there is something special about
watching some of the best amateur athletes in the country battle it out on the gridiron. Football has become the most popular
sport in the U.S. for a reason, and it definitely isn't because there is a lack of hard-hitting excitement from matchup to
matchup. The Illini are known for having one of the most dynamic rosters from season to season, which is why they've built
a reputation of being a powerhouse in an elite conference filled with great players. No matter how many other options there
are for spectator sporting events these days, it still doesn't get any better than seeing college football played at the highest