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Finke, Black edge Illinois past Austin Peay 64-57

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) -- Illinois dropped its home-opening conference game by a point to Maryland. It was a tough loss for a team still searching for its first Big Ten win. Illini Coach Brad Underwood expected that energy to carry over against Austin Peay, but despite a 64-57 win Wednesday night against Austin Peay, Underwood wasn't pleased his team's effort. ''There's a passion that you have to have to play,'' Underwood said.
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