Trailing Massachusetts 17-10 late in the fourth quarter, the Ball State football team’s defense was backed up in its red zone. Massachusetts lined up in the wildcat formation, and wide receiver Elgin Long took the shotgun snap and scored a touchdown, further extending the lead.
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Halfway through the second quarter against Massachusetts, Ball State third string running back Teddy Williamson lined up in the backfield. First stringer Jahwan Edwards and second stringer Horactio Banks stood next to each other on the sideline.
Slow starts have doomed the Ball State football team all season, and the trend continued against Massachusetts.
Just one week after losing its top corner, the Ball State football team will be asked to respond in a big way on the road against Massachusetts.
Lembo's Language is a weekly article in chief football reporter David Polaski dissects statements made by Ball State head football coach Pete Lembo in his press conference.
One of the biggest concerns a head football coach faces with a young quarterback is the lack of confidence following a tough loss.
Early in the fourth quarter, Ball State trailed Northern Illinois 21-14. Backed up deep in his territory, Ball State quarterback Jack Milas tried to force a pass to his right, which was intercepted and returned for a touchdown.
The defense for the Ball State football team has been dealt more than its fair share of injuries this season.
*Editor's note: For safety reasons, NFL cheerleaders are not allowed to reveal their last names.
Ball State football kicker Scott Secor has been named a semifinalist for the 2014 Lou Groza Collegiate Placekicking Award, presented by the Orange Bowl.
The more Northern Illinois ran, the more exhausted Ball State’s defense became.
Ball State football head coach Pete Lembo knew beating Northern Illinois wasn’t going to be easy.
David Polaski and sports editor Anthony Lombardi discuss the significance of Ball State's rivalry with Northern Illinois and what it will take to pull out a win against the Huskies on Nov. 5, 2014.
The Ball State football team has bitter memories of rival Northern Illinois.
Lembo's Language is a weekly article, where chief football reporter David Polaski dissects statements made by Ball State head football coach Pete Lembo in his press conference.
Small in stature but quick with his feet, Ball State running back Teddy Williamson has tried to make an impact while Horactio Banks misses time.
When it comes to stopping an opponent’s offense, Eric Patterson wants a challenge.
It's a cliché almost as old as the game of football itself — whichever team wins the turnover battle, wins the game.