It was Easter Sunday, nighttime, and Matt Finnin was back on that familiar road. From one Illinois town to another he'd travel — Crete to Glen Ellyn, Glen Ellyn to Crete. Back and forth. For love of family. For a football dream. Back and forth. Helping his father out of bed on Monday. Driving a defensive end to the turf on Saturday. All the while, taking 21 credit hours. Back and forth.