Ball State football player prepares for MAC Championship

MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink)— Ball State Football quarterback and senior Drew Plitt is looking to break records while also preparing for the upcoming MAC championship.

Plitt has played football since a young age and said that the sport has taken over his life.

“I’ve been playing since I was 7-years-old and ever since then I have never not wanted to play. It means the world to me. I don’t know what I would do without it,” Plitt said.

Plitt has a chance to move up on some record charts. He currently sits at eighth all time and is 1,915 yards behind Ball State Head Coach Mike Neu, who sits at fourth. While Plitt is excited to reach new goals, he is mainly focused on the MAC tournament.

“The records come as you play and um they really don’t matter to me. My ultimate goal is to go out and win a MAC championship,” Plitt said.

Plitt and the Cardinals are excited to pick up where they left off last season and try to compete for a MAC championship.

For any comments or concerns, contact the author at ddblack2@bsu.edu.

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