With NFL rosters cutting down to their opening-day rosters this afternoon, the Indianapolis Colts cut former Ball State football players Eric Patterson and Kitt O'Brien.
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For just the third time in the last two seasons, Scheumann Stadium's attendance reached 10 thousand for a home football game.Ball State defeated Virginia Military Institute 48-36 in the season opener in front of 10,473 spectators. Athletic Director Mark Sandy said attendance was about where he expected, but it could have been better.
Sophomore Darian Green tied a Ball State record with four touchdowns, and the Ball State offense exploded for 567 yards as the Cardinals defeated the Virginia Military Institute Keydets 48-36 to begin the season.
In its first game of the season, the Ball State football team gained 567 total yards and put up 48 points.Head coach Pete Lembo was able to utilize his fast-paced, short-yardage-based offense thanks to the time his veteran offensive line provided for the quarterback and running backs.
Seniors Jacob Richard and Ben Ingle ran out to represent the Cardinals for the opening coin flip of the 2015-2016 season.
He's always looked up to his older brothers. Ball State senior center Jacob Richard saw his brother Jameson Richard play on the offensive line for Buffalo, and then professionally with the Indianapolis Colts. Jacob didn't start playing until the fifth grade, but he decided in kindergarten he wanted to follow in his brother's footsteps.
The Cardinals' coaches are focused on the mechanics of their kickers this season. They plan on using a different kicker in each kicking situation to maximize each player's skill set.
Ball State football fans know Willie Snead is a player. After all, he had 223 receptions for 2,991 yards and 26 touchdowns in three seasons for the Cardinals.
In an effort to trim their roster from 90 to 53 by the start of the season, the San Diego Chargers cut former Ball State running back Jahwan Edwards.
Injuries and stamina plagued the Cardinals' defense last season. But head coach Pete Lembo is looking for a turnaround this season by rotating players during games.
The Cardinals will sport four new helmet designs this season in addition to the white and black helmets that debuted last season. Chrome white and chrome black helmets will be worn, as well as helmets featuring military and breast cancer support.
Ball State’s all-time leading rusher graduated and signed a deal with the San Diego Chargers. His absence has set the Cardinals up for a running back by committee system for this season.
Milas was promoted to the first string in the sixth game of the season to spark the offense, and led the team to a 3-3 record during his six starts before ending the season early with a wrist injury. He played well enough to earn the starting nod again this year.
Three former Ball State players in Colts training camp at Anderson University look to make a name for themselves and their alma mater. They're just a fraction of the seven former Cardinals in NFL camps across the nation.
Strength coaches David Feeley and Ben Armer wanted to do something fun for the players this summer. The players dressed up as superheroes to "hulk-smash" max-out leg day, resulting in a YouTube video that has amassed in over 100 thousand views.
The event, sponsored by the Ball State athletic department and Terrance Smith Distributing Inc., will be free for families to come and meet the Clydesdales while enjoying a movie on a giant screen.
For the second straight season, Ball State senior center Jacob Richard has been named to the Rimington Award Watch List.
Keith Wenning grew up watching the Cincinnati Bengals as a kid in Coldwater, Ohio. Now, he'll have a chance to play for them.
The rest of the country has taken notice of Pete Lembo's accomplishments as Ball State's head football coach. He was named to Athlon Sports' Top 15 "Coaches on the Rise" list.
The Cincinnati Bengals have signed the former Ball State quarterback after he worked out for the team at Paul Brown Stadium, according to the team's official site.