Just one week after losing its top corner, the Ball State football team will be asked to respond in a big way on the road against Massachusetts.
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Lembo's Language is a weekly article in chief football reporter David Polaski dissects statements made by Ball State head football coach Pete Lembo in his press conference.
It's been said that a sign of a true champion is the ability to bounce back after a key loss, that's exactly what starting quarterback, Jack Milas, will look to do after throwing three interceptions against Ball State rival Northern Illinois last Wednesday.
Two years ago, Olivia was just another college graduate, now she is living her dream by performing every week in front of 67,000 screaming fans.
Early in the fourth quarter, Ball State trailed Northern Illinois 21-14. Backed up deep in his territory, Ball State quarterback Jack Milas tried to force a pass to his right, which was intercepted and returned for a touchdown. The touchdown would ultimately be the game-winning score in Northern Illinois’ 35-21 victory. “Offensively, we were very inconsistent with all of the turnovers,” Ball State head coach Pete Lembo said.1. There’s 13:06 left in the fourth quarter.
The defense for the Ball State football team has been dealt more than its fair share of injuries this season.
Ball State football kicker Scott Secor has been named a semifinalist for the 2014 Lou Groza Collegiate Placekicking Award, presented by the Orange Bowl.Secor is one of 20 kickers under consideration for the award, which takes its name after the Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, who spent 21 seasons with the Cleveland Browns.Secor’s 21 field goals are tied for first in the nation, and his field goal percentage of .808 is third.Finalists will be announced on Nov.
The more Northern Illinois ran, the more exhausted Ball State’s defense became.During the Cardinals 35-21 loss to the Huskies, Northern Illinois amassed 283 rushing yards, most coming in the second half.With the rush defense growing weary, Ball State lost control of the game.“We played extremely well defensively until the very end, when we got worn down,” Ball State head coach Pete Lembo said.
Ball State football head coach Pete Lembo knew beating Northern Illinois wasn’t going to be easy.Less than four minutes in, Ball State already trailed 14-0. Missed tackles, bad coverage and a muffed kickoff put Ball State in a hole before players had a chance to catch their breath.
First QuarterAt the end of the first quarter, Northern Illinois leads Ball State 14-7.Northern Illinois started its first drive off on its own 25-yard line.
David Polaski and sports editor Anthony Lombardi discuss the significance of Ball State's rivalry with Northern Illinois and what it will take to pull out a win against the Huskies on Nov. 5.
Brian Jones looked down and closed his eyes, remembering what happened last season. The strong safety for the Ball State football team has bitter memories of rival Northern Illinois.When former Huskie quarterback Jordan Lynch found the end zone with less than two minutes left and Joe Windsor brought an interception back for a touchdown, it was a dagger to the heart of the Ball State football team.
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.
Small in stature but quick with his feet, Ball State running back Teddy Williamson has tried to make an impact while Horactio Banks misses time.Williamson has spent most of the season as the No.
After the 35-21 victory on Saturday against Akron, the Ball State football team chalked up their second consecutive win.This team is far from what it was a couple weeks ago, head coach, Pete Lembo, has completely revamped his young squad to get back to winning ways.
When it comes to stopping an opponent’s offense, Eric Patterson wants a challenge.The No.
Financial stability is just one aspect of the NFL life that’s significantly different from playing at the college level.
After two years of having to catch rides around campus because he didn’t have a car, former Ball State defensive end Jonathan Newsome is riding in style.
The Ball State football team’s defense needed some sort of spark coming out of halftime, after allowing 21 points in the first two quarters to an offense that only averaged 22 a game.Five turnovers will swing momentum pretty quickly.Ben Ingle, Zack Ryan, Tyree Holder and Eric Patterson all recorded second half interceptions while Quintin Cooper recovered a muffed punt, clamping down on an offense that gave them fits during the first 30 minutes.“It’s our players doing their assignments and being in the right spot,” Ryan said.
Halfway through the third quarter and trailing 21-13, the Ball State football team faced a critical fourth and inches.Quarterback Jack Milas took the snap and pushed his way to the right, appearing to cross the first down marker.