And with Bell dealing with a foot injury, Booker has started the last two games for the Cardinals — and hasn't skipped a beat doing it.
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Ball State (4-3, 1-2) will look to build on its latest win as it returns home this weekend to take on Akron (4-3, 2-1).
The Cardinals had three turnovers and punted four times in the first two quarters, leading to a 14-7 halftime deficit. It was the fifth time in seven games this season that they have been behind coming out of the locker room.
It didn’t really matter who was at quarterback in the second half for Ball State.As long as they could turn it around and hand it off to running back James Gilbert, they were OK.The sophomore ran 34 times for 264 yards and two touchdowns to lift Ball State (4-3, 1-2 MAC) to a 31-21 win at Buffalo (1-5, 0-2 MAC) on Saturday.
Quarter updates from University at Buffalo Stadium in Buffalo, New York as Ball State (3-3) takes on Mid-American Conference opponent Buffalo (1-4) on Oct. 15.
Jake Fox, the Daily News football reporter, is traveling to the game and offered up some insight on the key positional matchups:
After back-to-back losses to start Mid-American Conference play, Ball State (3-3) is looking to get back on track at Buffalo (1-4) this weekend.
Hepp finished the game with three catches and 54 receiving yards, a career high. More importantly, he showed he's capable of stepping up when needed for a thin Ball State receiver group.
Ball State wide receiver KeVonn Mabon added another honor to his already impressive résumé Oct. 13.
After a two-interception day for sophomore Riley Neal on Saturday, you might've been wondering if head coach Mike Neu would consider a change at the quarterback position.
Neal's second interception ended the comeback attempt, as Central Michigan ran the clock out on a 24-21 win over Ball State (3-3, 0-2 MAC).
Quarter updates from Kelly/Shorts Stadium in Mount Pleasant, Mich. as Ball State (3-2) takes on Mid-American Conference opponent Central Michigan (3-2) on Oct. 8.
Jake Fox, the Daily News football writer, is traveling to the game and offered up some insight on the key positional matchups:
When Mike Neu and John Bonamego shake hands before the game on Saturday, it won't be the first meeting between the two. It'll be more like a reunion.
Former Ball State fullback Geoff Donner filed a class-action lawsuit against the Mid-American Conference and National Collegiate Athletic Association earlier this week.Donner played for the Cardinals from 1993-95 and also alleges that he tried to sit out a practice to recover from a concussion, only to be threatened with having his scholarship pulled if he didn't participate.
Rush, a four-year starter, is the active FBS leader in passing with 10,891 career yards and carries a 3.86 grade point average as an actuarial science major.
Next on the schedule is a road trip to Central Michigan, who comes in at 3-2 (0-1 MAC). The Chippewas lost to Western Michigan last week, but are one of the most talented teams in the league.
The Cardinals need three wins in the final seven games to attain bowl eligibility for the first time in the last three seasons.
The Ball State Cardinals had never lost a game in which running back James Gilbert had scored at least two touchdowns.
Golladay hauled in 13 passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns — including the game-winning score with 11:14 left — as Northern Illinois held on for a 31-24 road win on Saturday.