Ball State's 68-51 loss to Western Michigan Saturday afternoon eliminated the possibility of the Cardinals hosting a first round game in the Mid-American Conference.
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If Ball State wants any chance at hosting a first round game of the Mid-American Conference Tournament, it will have to win the final two games of the regular season.
Once again, Ball State controls its own destiny heading toward the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
Ball State's win against Eastern Michigan Wednesday marked a historic night for coach Billy Taylor and the men's basketball team.
A second-half surge by Ball State secured a season sweep of Eastern Michigan on Wednesday.
All the talk during Monday's press conference was geared towards closing out possessions and ultimately basketball games.
With the regular season coming down to its final leg, Ball State is looking to end on a positive note and end its six-game losing streak.
Growing up, Ball State associate head coach Todd Steelman had two hobbies: basketball and music.
Ball State has four games remaining on its schedule, and it's feeling the wear and tear.
New game, same problems.
Currently on a five-game losing streak, Ball State hosts Mid-American Conference leader Toledo Saturday afternoon.
Before finishing its final four Mid-American Conference games, Ball State will jump out of conference one last time play to face Wofford in the 2011 Bracketbuster games.
Freshman Chris Bond is all over the court.
After going 1-5 in the divisional crossover, the Ball State basketball team dropped to 6-5 in the Mid-American Conference.
A two-week road trip that resulted with two losses is over and a new game with a familiar opponent awaits.
Ball State is heading back to the "wild west."
Winning on the road continues to be a major category ripe for improvement and remains non-existent this season.
Ball State fell to its second straight Mid-American Conference East Division opponent Saturday night in a 75-60 loss to Akron.
Just after breaking its four-game losing streak this past weekend, Ball State lost to Mid-American Conference East opponent Bowling Green, 65-64 Wednesday night.
The race couldn't be tighter for the top spot in the Mid-American Conference standings.