It was confirmed Nov. 26 that Riley Neal, Ball State’s former starting quarterback, would be transferring for his final year of athletic eligibility. Saturday, Neal graduated from Ball State. Monday, he committed to play at Vanderbilt for the 2019 season.
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The Ball State Cardinals traded blows with the Western Michigan Broncos all night long and eventually forced overtime.
Ball State Football went 4-8 in 2018, marking the fifth straight season the Cardinals have finished the season with a losing record. The team had its highs from competing with Notre Dame to winning in overtime on senior night. It also had its lows from injuries to dropping five games by at least 21 points. Here are the most notable moments and facets from the Cardinals’ season.
Redshirt juniors Riley Neal and James Gilbert will be transferring from Ball State for the 2019-2020 season.
Two key players for Ball State Football are transferring.
After going into the half all knotted up at 21, Miami (Ohio) (6-6, 6-2 MAC) outscored Ball State (4-8, 3-5 MAC) 21-0 in the second half to win its third straight Red Bird Rivalry game.
Ball State Football (4-7, 3-4 MAC) may not be going to a bowl game, but it can finish .500 in Mid-American Conference play with a win over Miami (Ohio) (5-6, 5-2 MAC) Tuesday.
On a cold Tuesday night, ineligible for a bowl game and playing in front of a crowd of only 5,503, Ball State Football played with its heart on its sleeve in a thrilling 42-41 overtime win over Western Michigan.
It took more than four quarters, but 83 points, four ties and two lead changes later, Ball State (4-7, 3-4 MAC) came away with a 42-41 win over Western Michigan (6-5, 4-3 MAC) on senior night.
It’s about that time of year when people are going to start debating over whether or not it’s appropriate to listen to Christmas music. Those arguments, while they can get heated, bring people together. Members of the Ball State Football team are coming together this week, but for a different reason.
In a pivotal midweek match-up, where Ball State Football's postseason fate would be dictated, Toledo came out hot rolling the Cardinals, 45-13. While the matchup had a similar finish to the Cardinals loss to Ohio last week, there were a few new aspects of the game that sought improvement from the team.
In a game with a total of seven interceptions and six fumbles, Toledo (5-4, 3-2 MAC) emerged victorious 45-13 at home over Ball State (3-7, 2-4 MAC).
From the Rose Bowl to the Glass Bowl, elementary school teacher and self-proclaimed “College Football Superhero” Andrew Bauhs has hit a little over half of the 130 college football stadiums in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision.
Ball State Football has to win. It’s that simple. If the Cardinals want to play in their first bowl game since 2013, they have to win.
Delta (7-4, 52 Hoosier Heritage) was shutout by Marion (11-0, 7-0 North Central) 37-0 at Delta. The Eagles couldn't turn red zone turnovers in to points in Da sCoop's High School Game of the Week on Oct. 19.
In its first non-weekend game of the season since throttling Central Connecticut State in late August, Ball State Football broke down defensively as Ohio blew past the Cardinals, 52-14. What looked to be like a close game in the first quarter, as the Cardinals walked off the field with a 7-0 lead, proved otherwise.
Ohio (5-3, 3-1 MAC) outrushed Ball State (3-6, 2-3 MAC) 411-80 Thursday in a game that was never in question from the start of the second quarter.
One play, 12 seconds. That’s all Ball State redshirt freshman running back Will Jones needed.
In what head coach Mike Neu described as "a disappointing day", Ball State Football suffered its fifth loss of the season to a conference dark horse in Eastern Michigan, 42-20. Through 60 minutes of play, the Eagles capitalized on cracks in the foundation of the Cardinals play.
Eastern Michigan (4-4, 2-3 MAC) came into Scheumann Stadium and put an end to Ball State’s (3-5, 2-2 MAC) Homecoming celebration, defeating the Cardinals 42-20.