Former Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden leads a practice August 7, 2018. Gruden resigned Oct. 11 after the National Football League (NFL) investigation into the Washington Football Team for workplace misconduct found Gruden used homophobic, racist and misogynistic slurs in emails as recently as 2018. Gruden was in his fourth year with the Raiders. Louis Briscese/ US Air Force
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Kehn: The NFL has answers, they need to step up

Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden resigned Oct. 11 after he was discovered to be using homophobic, racist and misogynistic slurs casually as recently as 2018. Gruden is a symptom of a larger illness — one that has plagued the NFL for decades.





Ball State Cardinals redshirt senior quarterback Drew Plitt drops back for a pass in the first half of a game against the Central Michigan Chippewas Dec. 5, 2020, at Kelly/ Shorts Stadium in Mount Pleasant, Mich. The Cardinals beat the Chippewas 45-20. Jacob Musselman, DN
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‘Run it Back’

 After last year's success, Ball State Football is entering 2021 with the same exact goal as last season: repeat as Mid-American Conference (MAC) Champions. 


Harold Hogue, CoSpero Consulting managing partner, talks with his business partner Lauren Coppedge. CoSpero Consulting, Photo Courtesy
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Collective hope: Former Ball State Football player Harold Hogue created his own business inspired by his experience as a Cardinal

 He graduated college in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science and is currently using his life skills he learned from his football career to run his own Dallas-based business, CoSpero Consulting. According to its website, CoSpero Consulting works with clients ranging from local food pantries to multimillion-dollar entities to help those organizations find ways to help people in need. 







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