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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.
Scheumann Stadium seats 22,500 fans. Ball State has seen “The Scheu” fill up to just north of 70 percent (15,873) during Family Weekend. In the Cardinals’ other three home games this year, the average attendance comes out to less than 9,000.
You can catch Charlie Cardinal just about anywhere on Ball State’s campus. You can most notably catch him cheering on his fellow Cardinals at athletic events. But have you ever tried to catch him on foot?
Ball State Football (3-4, 2-1 MAC) found it rough sailing in the first half against Central Michigan (1-6, 0-3 MAC). The Cardinals found their groove in the second half, and a field goal would end up being the decider.
Ball State Football (2-4, 1-1 MAC) hasn’t left the state of Indiana through the first six weeks of the 2018 season. That changes Saturday when the Cardinals travel to Central Michigan (1-5, 0-2 MAC).
For the second time in the last three weeks, the game fell in the hands of a desperation pass from redshirt junior quarterback Riley Neal as time expired. Much like the final play against Western Kentucky, the ball was deflected in the end zone, and Northern Illinois (3-3, 3-0 MAC) brought the Bronze Stalk Trophy home to DeKalb, Illinois, a 10th consecutive year after taking down Ball State (2-4, 1-1 MAC), 24-16.
The Bronze Stalk Trophy hasn’t resided in Muncie since 2008. When Northern Illinois (2-3, 2-0 MAC) visits Scheumann Stadium Saturday to play Ball State (2-3, 1-0 MAC), the Cardinals will be looking to bring it home.
Markice Hurt Jr. knows you’ve probably never heard of him.
Ball State Football head coach Mike Neu preached all week long that conference play is a new season. After going 1-3 during the non-conference portion of the schedule, Neu said it’s time to forget about the past and focus on getting to 1-0 at the end of each week.
Mid-American Conference play is underway. Ball State (2-3, 1-0 MAC) took down Kent State (1-4, 0-1 MAC) 52-24 behind the Cardinals’ hot start on offense.
The record may say 1-3, but Ball State Football is approaching the first week of Mid-American Conference play like it’s a new season.
After leading for the majority of the first half and late in the fourth quarter, Ball State (1-3, 0-0 MAC) fell to visiting Western Kentucky (1-3, 0-0 Conference USA), 28-20.
Is Ball State Football the real deal?
It wasn’t until the 2:08 mark in the third quarter that Ball State (1-2, 0-0 MAC) was able to find the end zone Saturday.
Having proved it has what it takes to play with the big boys after a 24-16 loss to No. 8 Notre Dame, Ball State Football (1-1, 0-0 MAC) will head to Bloomington with all the confidence in the world.
Up two, 13 seconds left. The pass goes inside to center Felton Spencer. Louisville is trying to tie the game up by giving the ball to its 7-foot leading scorer.
Ball State Football (1-1, 0-0 MAC) fell to No. 8 Notre Dame (2-0) 24-16 in its first meeting with the Irish in school history.
It has been booming through the speakers at Scheumann Stadium all week at practice. It can be heard down the halls and throughout the building from the weight room. The melody is engraved in the minds of Ball State Football players leading up to their Saturday showdown with Notre Dame. It’s “Victory March,” the fight song of the Fighting Irish.
Ball State Football (1-0, 0-0 MAC) won its ninth straight home opener Thursday, taking down the Central Connecticut State Blue Devils (0-1, 0-0 NEC) in record-breaking fashion.