Ball State will face all five of its West Division rivals — Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Northern Illinois, Toledo and Western Michigan — along with one East Division foe — Miami (Ohio) — to complete its 2020 regular season.
Instead of finishing their spring seasons or making improvements with their teams, Ball State student-athletes found new ways to work out at home during their offseason.
Even if it only lasts one year, the MLB’s new, expanded postseason format has given baseball fans a reason to embrace the game and sport.
For the past five years, Pendleton Heights (4-3) acted as the “monkey on the back” to Delta (5-1), and Eagles head coach Chris Overholt was satisfied to see his team finally hit its stride and get that proverbial monkey off of their back after defeating the Arabians 28-21 last night.
This begs the question — what should the league do heading into its 2020-21 regular season?
It wasn’t an easy decision for Magwood on choosing where to compete. He said it came down to “the last second” before accepting the Cardinals’ offer this past February.
The Yorktown Boys Soccer Team is having a stellar year both on and off the field.
On Aug. 8, Redshirt Senior Offensive Lineman Anthony Todd found out that his football season was cancelled the same way that many of us did: through social media.
In early September, Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports hinted the city of Indianapolis — home of the NCAA’s national headquarters — received strong consideration to be chosen as a bubble location for this upcoming college basketball season.
Delta defeated the Trojans 33-21, and Friday’s game was the closest since 2017 between the two teams when Delta defeated New Castle 56-49.
The season will begin Wednesday, Nov. 4, with the championship game taking place either Dec. 18 or 19.
Ball State’s athletic department is in an unusual place. On Aug. 8, the Mid-American Conference became the first Football Bowl Subdivision conference to postpone all fall sports amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
While the NFL and college ball both fall into the category of the sport of football, there is a world of difference between the two. Former Ball State offensive lineman Danny Pinter found that out soon after he became the 29th Cardinal drafted into the NFL when the Indianapolis Colts selected him in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft last April.
In January, Ball State Broadcasting Director Joel Godett received news that he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Unlike the more prevalent type 2, there is no known cause of type 1 diabetes. With his diagnosis in mind, Godett set out to make a difference.
There are plenty of pros that come with watching a sporting event from the comfort of your own room as opposed to from the stands.