Junior quarter back Peyton Ramsey rushed for a first down and tackled sophomore safety Brett Anderson II Saturday, September 15, at Memorial Stadium, in Bloomington, IN. Ramsey passed 173 yards for IU, helping defeat Ball State, 10-38. Grace Hollars, DN
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4 takeaways from Ball State Football's loss to Toledo

In a pivotal midweek match up, which Ball State Football postseason fate would be dictated, Toledo came hot out of the gate to roll the Cardinals, 45-13. While the matchup had a similar finish to the Cardinals loss to Ohio last week, there were a few new aspects of the game that sought improvement from the team. 



Ball State redshirt senior wide receiver Corey Lacanaria gets tackled by Eastern Michigan University's Jaylen Pickett during the Cardinals' game against the Eagles Oct. 20, 2018 at Scheumann Stadium. Pickett had two solo tackles. Paige Grider, DN
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4 takeaways from Ball State Football's loss to Ohio

In its first non-weekend game of the season since throttling Central Connecticut State in late August, Ball State Football broke down defensively as Ohio blew past the Cardinals, 52-14. What looked to be like a close game in the first quarter, as the Cardinals walked off the field with a 7-0 lead, proved otherwise.




Junior running back Malik Dunner runs the ball up the field at Schuemann Stadium Saturday, Sept. 28, 2018. Dunner had 20 rushing yards during the game against Kent State. Rebecca Slezak,DN
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5 ways Ball State can come away with a victory at Central Michigan

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). As the game approaches, here’s a look at five aspects the Cardinals should focus on to better their chances of taking down the Chippewas.








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