People tend to check in during these times:
ILL INI. Kettle Corn from the south endzone. Waffle Cheese fries Johnsonville Brats in East grand stand. Be sure to visit West hall for murals of bowl games.
The last time Salukis played the Illini here, SIU was ahead about 45-0 at halftime. Go Dawgs.
Roger Ebert's father: "Illinois also had the first homecoming, the first forward pass, the first huddle. I was here on opening day and saw Red Grange running for seven touchdowns against Michigan"
Memorial Stadium was built in 1923 as a memorial to Illinois men and women who died during World War I.
nice stadium,small compared to Michigan,Ohio State and Penn State
Check out the Italian beef stand under the South horseshoe...that is, if you're looking for an alternative to the Hickory River stand. GO ILLINI!!
Everyone should come by Saturday for the game against Penn State
West side rules
Illinois Wisconsin game with Yianni, Henry and Dylan. Henry buying shots at Kams after game.
Joes brewery's stand is by gate 14... Only place in the stadium for reubens and chili or try the pulled pork or smoked brisket
Getting some football knowledge for tonights FOOTBALL TRIVIA @ T3! Whose going to win those 2 FOOTBALL TICKETS!!!!!!!!???????!!!!!
Wings, chili, drinks, and 6-0 U of I football.
Get here early!!! Expecting a full crowd today!! Sold out game. I-L-L!
Did you know that Memorial Stadium was used as an indoor practice facility from 1985 through 2000 because of an air-tight vacuum dome? It was called “The Bubble.”
Long live chief illini
Don't wear orange.
Bring cash! And drink before the game
Harold “Red” Grange had an unreal performance on Oct. 18, 1924, the stadium’s official dedication. He ran for 265 yards and scored 4 times…in the first 12 minutes of play.
Home of the Illinois Fighting Illini.
Let's go DEVILS! A... S... U...
Free food & non-alch. drinks in the 77 Club suites, with indoor seating. Colonnades Club has outdoor seating and payable food & drinks.
Where exactly is Illini Tailgate?
Visit #77 Harold "Red" Grange "The Galloping Ghost" on the west side of the stadium, named the greatest college football player of all time!
Make sure to check out the statue of the greatest college football player ever, Red Grange, located in front of the stadium
The stadium, which was closed in 1997, used to be known as "Babe Ruth stadium" in honor of the great Baltimore native.
Loved Watching OHIO beat the I-L-L....I-N-I...Bahahahaha