The Ball State football team faced off against Central Michigan on Oct. 24 at Scheumann Stadium. DN PHOTO EMMA ROGERS
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Today’s weather provided a significant advantage for whichever team was playing with Scheumann Stadium’s westbound wind at their backs.
On a day where Ball State had a chance to beat Central Michigan for the sixth consecutive season, ineffectiveness from the offense led to them snapping that.
Sitting at 2-5 with its back against the wall, Ball State (2-5, 1-2) will be playing Central Michigan (3-4, 2-1) on Oct. 24.
In the midst of Ball State football's second-longest losing streak this decade, head coach Pete Lembo continues to look for answers, starting with the team's leaders.
The Ball State's football team ranks in the nation's top 10 in two statistical categories, but head coach Pete Lembo wants to change those statistics.
Dylan Curry stands with the rest of the team before the game against Georgia State on Oct. 17 at Scheumann Stadium. DN PHOTO KORINA VALENZUELA
Late in the fourth quarter, Ball State's defense was attempting to get Georgia State off the field, then the proverbial backbreaker happened. Nick Arbuckle, the Panthers' quarterback, hit Donovan Harden for a 68-yard gain, bringing the Panthers down to the 1-yard line. Arbuckle snuck it in for a touchdown soon after, which led to the Cardinals' 31-19 loss.
Senior wide receiver Jordan Williams gets tackled during the football game against Georgia State on Oct. 17 at Scheumann Stadium. DN PHOTO ALAINA JAYE HALSEY
Freshman quarterback Riley Neal hands the ball off to freshman running back James Gilbert during the game against Georgia State on Oct. 17at Scheumann Stadium. DN PHOTO BREANNA DAUGHERTY
Fans stand in the Nest to cheer on the football team during the game against Toledo on Oct. 3 at Scheumann Stadium. DN PHOTO BREANNA DAUGHERTY
Ball State wide receiver Jordan Williams' strong start to the season has catapulted his name into the national conversation.
The Cardinals have been battling the injury bug since the beginning of the season. Through the midway point, it remains a constant issue.
The Ball State football team is six weeks into the season, and this weekend they will face off against a Georgia State football team that is six years into their programs history.
Junior wide receiver KeVonn Mabon getting ready for true freshmen quarterback Riley Neal to start the play on Sept. 26 at Ryan Field against Northwestern. DN PHOTO ALLISON COFFIN
Members of the Ball State football team run onto the field before the game against Virginia Military Institute on Sept. 3 at Scheumann Stadium. DN PHOTO BREANNA DAUGHERTY
Quarterback Riley Neal gives a direction during the game against Toledo on Oct. 3 at Scheumann Stadium. DN PHOTO JASON CONERLY
Early in the season, the running game was the Cardinals' strong suit on offense. The Cardinals have since shifted to a pass-heavy offense led by senior wide receiver Jordan Williams.