Thanks for opening up this article. I’ve said before that there are a lot of great Illini sports moments from the past 10-20 years, and I stick by that. There are also some moments that are totally head-scratching to the point I can imagine they only happen to Illinois.
Losing to Fresno State 53-52 on Dec. 5, 2009, was one of those games.
You probably remember a lot of the guys from that roster, namely Martez Wilson, Juice Williams and Mikel Leshoure, just to name a few. But it was Fresno State that made a ridiculous last-second play to take the victory and help record the highest-scoring game at Memorial Stadium.
Although Juice and the Illini led 52-45 with just under seven minutes remaining in the game, the defense was unable to hold its own. After each team had a pair of 3-and-outs, the Bulldogs got the ball back and made their way down the field.

READ FULL ARTICLE AT SBNATION

SHARE
All articles published under this account have been curated from a SBNation.com team site. A link to the full and originally published article has been provided within each piece of content. If you like what you see, be sure to register and be part of the SBNation team community found at the corresponding team's page.