Not many teams thought Jahwan Edwards had what it took to play at the Division I level.When the Ball State senior running back was going through the recruiting process during his time at Butler High School in North Carolina, he only received one D-I offer.For a football player who believed he had what it took to make it at a larger program, it was a shot to his ego.“It was really hard for me because I knew I could play with everybody, I played with guys who went to bigger schools,” Edwards said.
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When Jahwan Edwards took a handoff late in the third quarter against Central Michigan, it was just another running play to him at the time.
Ball State football defensive back Eric Patterson and kicker Scott Secor received awards following their performances against Central Michigan.
The kick knuckled through the cold October air, tumbling and twisting violently to the right before sliding through the lower right corner of the goalpost.Kelly Shorts Stadium went silent, as Ball State kicker Scott Secor pumped his fist.
1st quarterAt the end of the first quarter, Ball State leads Central Michigan 13-7.Ball State started the game off on its 35-yard line.
David Polaski and sports editor Anthony Lombardi discuss Jack Milas's productive first start and what it will take to defeat Central Michigan on Oct. 18.
When Ball State quarterback Jack Milas drops back to pass, his passes don’t always have to be perfectly on target.
Three Ball State football players were involved with an incident at Brothers Bar & Grill in which a minor attempted to tip a waitress with two dollar bills covered in fecal matter.
The Ball State football team may have lost for the fifth straight time, falling to Western Michigan 42-38 on Saturday, but new starting quarterback Jack Milas brought a different dimension to the offense.
Under the command of redshirt freshman quarterback, Jack Milas, the Ball State Cardinals lost their fifth consecutive game 42-38 against the Western Michigan Broncos.
David Polaski and sports editor Anthony Lombardi discuss this week's quarterback change from Ozzie Mann to Jack Milas.They also discuss what has to happen for Ball State's to beat Western Michigan in their Homecoming game on Oct. 11, 2014.
One off-season radically shifted the Ball State football team’s level of success. The Cardinals are 1-4 and looking for answers at quarterback after finishing last season 10-2 and making a second consecutive bowl game appearance. The transition from record-setting quarterback Keith Wenning to recently-benched redshirt sophomore quarterback Ozzie Mann and his redshirt freshman replacement Jack Milas isn’t smooth thus far.
The Ball State football team had one quarterback starter for the past three years. After five games, it will have two.The team announced redshirt freshman Jack Milas will start Saturday’s Homecoming game against Western Michigan, replacing redshirt sophomore Ozzie Mann.It is currently unknown how the change will affect the offensive game plan, as Milas has yet to attempt a pass in a game for Ball State.
Since 1926, the Ball State football team has gone 53-32-2 in 87 Homecoming games. In 1943, the team did not play any games, due to World War II.
Jordan Williams described the new starting quarterback for the football team as goofy, crazy, silly and having a never-ending smile. It’s just who Jack Milas is.
Lembo's Language is a weekly article, where chief football reporter David Polaski dissects statements made by Ball State head football coach Pete Lembo in his press conference.
According to the latest Ball State football depth chart, redshirt freshman Jack Milas has been named the starting quarterback, and former starter Ozzie Mann has been moved to third string.