Ball State has four games remaining on its schedule, and it's feeling the wear and tear.
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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.
Prior to arriving in Muncie, Kelly Packard was unaccustomed to being a head coach at any level of intercollegiate women's basketball.
The Ball State men's basketball team pulled off possibly its biggest win of the season against Buffalo on Saturday.
Good or bad, one word sums up the Ball State men's basketball season so far: unpredictable.
The odds coming in were not in Ball State's favor.
The defeats are beginning to form the base of a mountain that's virtually impossible to climb. The inconsistencies are becoming common.
The losing streak climbs to four games for Ball State, three straight in the Mid-American Conference.
After an unsuccessful trip to Buffalo, Ball State resumes Mid-American Conference play tonight when it hosts Ohio at 7 p.m. in Worthen Arena.
It's only fitting the pass Jarrod Jones received before he hit the 1,000 point-mark was from his long-time friend and teammate, Randy Davis, someone he's been playing with years before they came to Ball State.