Louisville forward Montrezl Harrell is a big, big man. Today, SMU guard Crandall Head found that out firsthand when he found himself guarding Harrell on a defensive switch. Louisville’s Chris Jones quickly recognized the mismatch and threw a lob to the rim that only Harrell could get. The 6-foot-8, 235-pounder used his entire massive frame to dunk on Head’s, well, head — he got posterized:
Former Illinois reserve Crandall Head has signed to play with SMU.
An SMU official familiar with Head's decision said he signed his paperwork Thursday. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity because Head's decision hasn't been announced by the school.
The 6-4, 190-pound Head will have to sit out a year under NCAA rules. He has two more years of eligibility...
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May 10, 2012
The Assembly Hall crowd in Champaign called for Bruce Weber’s head. Illini fans in B Section screamed “pack your bags” and “I can draw up a better offense.” This has gone on for years, except this time there was one major difference- No one in the orange and blue crowd stuck up for Bruce.
And this happened during one of this year’s signature wins, a victory over a top...
Fans of the University of Illinois men’s basketball team (and Big Ten basketball) probably remember the name Luther Head. He was an Associated Press Second-Team All-American, member of the Big Ten All-Tournament team, selected to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team, and was 5th in the conference in scoring (15.9) as a senior in [...]
The Illinois Fighting Illini will have one less guard on the bench tonight when they take on the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Bruce Weber announced Tuesday that sophomore guard Crandall Head, little brother of NBA veteran Luther Head has decided to leave the Illinois college basketball program.
Head was suspended for four games for the very arcane “violation of team rules” at the...
Sophomore guard Crandall Head has left the Illinois basketball program, coach Bruce Weber said Tuesday.
Sophomore guard Crandall Head has decided to transfer from Illinois.
December 27, 2011
Illinois head coach Bruce Weber announced on Tuesday that sophomore guard Crandall Head has left the Illinois basketball program.
Illinois sophomore guard Crandall Head has been suspended for four games after violating a team rule, an Illinois spokesperson said on Tuesday.
November 01, 2011
Illinois has suspended sophomore guard Crandall Head for violating an unspecified team rule in the offseason, according to a release Tuesday night by the team's sports information department.