Watch the Illinois-Washington game with Stephen Bardo!

Stephen Bardo will be in SF! Join us and watch the Fighting Illini play Washington in a B10-Pac 12 matchup!

Stephen Bardo had an outstanding basketball career at the University of Illinois. He was the starting point guard for all four years and helped lead the iconic Flyin’ Illini to the Final Four in 1989. Following 10 years of professional basketball Bardo started a broadcasting career with WBBM-TV in Chicago. Since then he’s been a basketball analyst with CBS Sports, ESPN, Fox Sports and most recently with the Big Ten Network.

  Stephen will share his perspective of the current sports scene and his memories of the Flyin' Illini, followed by Q&A. Copies of Stephen’s book “The Flyin’ Illini” will be available for purchase.  Experience the inside story of one the best Illini basketball teams of all time. He’ll be available to sign his book and hang out with us to watch the Illinois-Washington game!
 

Date: Saturday, September 13, 2014 

Time: 12:00 pm for Stephen's talk/Q&A  

Location: 

Pete's Tavern, Cooperstown Room

128 King Street (cross street is 2nd)

San Francisco, CA 94107

Google Map

(415) 817-5040

Cost: SFBI Member price is $55 per person and includes buffet lunch, click here to purchase.  Non-member price is $75 per person and includes buffet lunch, click here to purchaseSpace is limited so advance tickets are required. 

Event Details:  Buffet lunch includes appetizers, assorted hot dogs/sausages, bacon cheeseburger sliders, mac and cheese, mixed green salad and homemade chocolate chip cookies.  Cash bar.  Ticket proceeds benefit the SF Bay Illini. 

Please contact Sylvia with any questions.  Pete's Tavern is directly across from the ballpark and Caltrain station. Take Muni or walk from the Montgomery Street BART Station. Street parking and garages are available in the area, the Giants game starts at 7:05 pm.  Due to the Pete's Tavern group event policy, please note that all sales are final and we are unable to offer refunds. Thank you for your understanding.   

Go Illini!