Ball State (2-6, 0-4 MAC) and Eastern Michigan (2-6, 0-4 MAC) square up with each program looking for its first conference win of the 2017-18 season.
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Although not the recognition it may have planned for, Ball State football has a chance to do something that no FBS football team has done this season.
A short week met with teams earning bowl eligibility as conference play kicks back up in week 10 of the regular season.
Wes-Del and New Castle were both eliminated during the sectional semifinals at home this week.
Ball State lost to Toledo 58-17 on Oct. 26 at Scheumann Stadium. The Cardinals scored their first touchdown in just over a month.
The Rockets offense didn’t disappoint.
Ball State football’s 58-17 loss to Toledo Thursday night looked like what happens when a seven-year old plays Madden and sets the difficulty to rookie.
Ball State's losing streak extends to five games.
This week's sectional semi-final preview includes discussions about Wes-Del, New Castle, Monroe Central and Muncie Central.
Hosts Robby General and Colin Grylls recap Ball State's homecoming weekend and chat with members of the Ball State club baseball team.
Midweek Mid-American Conference games are notoriously unpredictable, but sometimes it’s best not to overthink it.
Ball State football’s had a couple of rough weeks, and now the Cardinals have to face one of the best offenses in the Mid-American Conference.
Head coach Mike Neu says he doesn’t know who’s starting at quarterback in Ball State football’s Thursday night game against Toledo.
Each week throughout the football season, The Daily News runs through the Mid-American Conference, recapping the previous week and looking ahead to this week’s games.
Ball State lost to Central Michigan 9-56 on Homecoming. The Cardinals have not scored a touchdown since Sept. 23 in the fourth quarter of their game against Western Kentucky.
“Everybody, let’s get outside for a family photo,” someone shouted on The Sled, a cardinal and white Ford Econoline RV that’s hosted tailgates at Scheumann Stadium for the last 17 years.
For the third week in a row, the Ball State offense failed to find the end zone.
Another week, another Ball State football game without a touchdown.