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Illinois basketball is mourning the passing of legendary coach Lou Henson. The 88-year-old died this past Saturday at his home in Champaign. The Hall of Famer coached the Illini from 1976 to 1996, amassing a 423-and-224 record. His time at Illinois was highlighted by 12 NCAA Tournament appearances, a total of 15 postseason bids, and eleven 20-win seasons. His most successful season came with the Flyin’ Illini, who won a then-school record 31 games and advanced to the 1989 NCAA Final Four. Henson retired as the all-time leader in victories at both Illinois and New Mexico State.
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