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Ball State Football (1-2) has a losing record for the first time since 2019, as they fell to Wyoming (3-0) 45-12. The Cardinals could never find a rhythm, as they fell into a 31-0 halftime deficit. The second half was closer, but Wyoming still had the edge and ultimately won the game.
No, Ball State Football (1-1) didn’t win, as Penn State (2-0) won its home opener 44-13. But there was someone who got his first opportunity to play for the Cardinals since beating Fordham 57-29 in week 1 of 2019.
It was Tuesday morning. Ball State Men’s Golf head coach Mike Fleck was driving to meet a friend who was doing embroidery work for his team. He was driving to a Hardee’s in Pendleton, Indiana, and he had Q95’s “The Bob & Tom Show” playing on his radio when, all of a sudden, the usual lighthearted show turned serious.
Redshirt sophomore defensive lineman Tavion Woodard got his first two career sacks in two consecutive plays.
As fans trickle into Scheumann Stadium for Ball State Football’s season opener against Western Illinois Sept. 2, there will be a different energy in comparison to last season. There won’t be capacity limitations due to COVID-19 concerns, and the Cardinals will be the defending Mid-American Conference Champions.
Ian Hansen is a junior journalism news major and writes for The Daily News. His views do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper.
Last season, the Cardinals’ mantra was ‘Detroit or Bust.’
It’s the first game of the 2019 regular season. The Cardinals are preparing to face Eastern Illinois, and the public-address announcer calls out Melissa Diceman’s name as a starter — 11 months to the day after the then-junior midfielder tore her ACL.
It’s early 2016, 10 months before Haven Fields’ first son, Haven Jr., is born. Fields is sitting down every day, writing in a journal he will eventually give to his firstborn and, in time, his other son, Hendrix.
For many college football players, April is a month to rest, work out and prepare for the following season. Seniors might use this time to finish classes and get ready for life after college.
Ball State Soccer is headed to the Mid-American Conference Championship.
“Everyone wants to end their career playing their best volleyball.”
Tuesday evening’s match went back-and-forth, but the cards didn’t fall in the Cardinals’ favor.
Central Michigan serves the ball, a player for Ball State gets a dig, redshirt sophomore setter Esther Grussing sets the ball, and the equivalent of thunder roars through a silent Worthen Arena.
The Cardinals’ confidence is high, and they feel like they are on the brink of something special.
For Ball State head coach James Whitford, it is about the relationships that will last a lifetime. Whitford coached players 22 years ago, and one of those players is his son’s godfather, and the other is a great friend of his.
It is just a simple merge on Interstate 77, one of the main highways through Cleveland. Two left turns and one right turn is Cleveland Central Catholic High School, where Ball State redshirt junior forward Miryne Thomas grew up and was a four-year letterwinner on the school’s varsity boys’ basketball team.
Despite losing in the quarterfinals of the Mid-American Conference Tournament, the Cardinals’ fight all season was enough to make head coach Brady Sallee proud.
This time last year, there was a different sense of hope for the Mid-American Conference and Ball State Men’s Basketball.
The lights dim in Worthen Arena. Ball State Men’s Basketball is coming off of a loss, and fans trickle out into the concourse as the players slowly walk off the court, disappearing into the tunnel.