It didn’t really matter who was at quarterback in the second half for Ball State.
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Ball State (3-3) travels to Buffalo (1-4) for a Mid-American Conference matchup on Oct. 15 at University of Buffalo Stadium, the first meeting between the teams since 2011.
For Ball State head coach Mike Neu, they're all must-win games.
Ball State wide receiver KeVonn Mabon added another honor to his already impressive résumé Oct. 13.
Ball State wide receiver Aaron Hepp didn't have a catch in 2015. Coming into last weekend's game against Central Michigan, the fifth-year senior didn't have one this year either.
After a two-interception day for sophomore Riley Neal on Oct. 8, it would've been hard to blame head coach Mike Neu for considering a change at quarterback.
They had their chances.
When Mike Neu and John Bonamego shake hands before the game on Saturday, it won't be the first meeting between the two. It'll be more like a reunion.
Former Ball State fullback Geoff Donner filed a class-action lawsuit against the Mid-American Conference and National Collegiate Athletic Association earlier this week.
Ball State (3-2) travels to Central Michigan (3-2) for a Mid-American Conference matchup on Oct. 8 at Kelly/Shorts Stadium, looking to avenge last season's 23-21 defeat.
Ball State's secondary might not face a better (or smarter) quarterback this season.
It was a missed opportunity.
With Ball State’s 31-24 home loss to Northern Illinois Oct. 1, the Cardinals fell to 3-2 on the season. Head coach Mike Neu and the players agreed after the game it was one they could’ve — and should’ve — won.
Ball State had never lost a game in which running back James Gilbert had scored at least two touchdowns. Until today.
Everyone in Scheumann Stadium could’ve guessed who it was going to.
Ball State (3-1) and Northern Illinois (0-4) open up Mid-American Conference play Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Scheumann Stadium.
Ball State's senior class doesn't know what it feels like.