After a wet weekend of baseball, Ball State fell to Miami 5-6 in the final matchup of the series Sunday afternoon.
The smell of cigarettes and cheap bar food cling to my clothes as I sip my flat diet coke while sitting in the middle of a sports bar somewhere in small-town Indiana on Sunday evening.
Cell Fleming rarely left her bedroom in 2014. Her once beautiful Muncie family home transformed into a trap house — no electricity, gas or running water. Scarce remains of food were all that filled the kitchen.
Ball State’s defense was too much for Middle Tennessee to handle, forcing 18 turnovers resulting in a whopping 26 points for the Cardinals.
Fighting is enjoyable for David Spikes — at least now it is. But homeless and alone just two years ago, fighting was his only option.