The one that mattered most was the walk-off 36-yard field goal that sealed the 20-17 win for Ball State in their Battle for the Bronze Stalk against the Huskies.
Over a year ago, Ball State pulled out a 44-38 double overtime win against the Huskies. While this year’s matchup didn’t show off the same offensive fireworks as last year, it was still a wild finish.
Ball State men's basketball rode a 27-0 ending to the first half to a 101-40 victory over Goshen in the Cardinals' season opener. Ball State returns to action with a matchup against Old Dominion (1-0) Saturday, Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. in Worthen Arena.
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The win also celebrated Ball State's seventh annual field trip day. A day when Worthen Arena is filled with elementary and middle school students with an 11:00 a.m. start time.
It’s head coach Brady Sallee’s fourth season-opening win during his 12 seasons as the Cardinals head coach. With an 11 a.m. tip-off due to Ball State’s annual Field Trip Day, it was important to get off to a fast start.
With three games remaining, Ball State will play for two rivalry trophies in the upcoming weeks. It first starts with Northern Illinois University (NIU) and the battle for the Bronze Stalk on Nov. 7 in DeKalb.
By sweeping the Cardinals this weekend and extending its winning streak to 15 matches, Western Michigan (25-2, 15-0 MAC) secured the MAC regular season crown and the opportunity to host the conference tournament.
The Cardinals now sit with an undefeated 3-0 in duel meets this season along with 2-0 against Mid-American Conference opponents this season.
“We knew coming in that it was going to be a dogfight,” head coach J. Agnew said. “They are really well coached. I feel like both teams have very strong senior classes and so we knew it was going to be a battle, so it is nice to come up on top on senior night.”
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For the second season in a row, Ball State (2-7, 1-4 MAC) won’t be eligible for a bowl game after a 24-21 loss to Bowling Green (5-4, 3-2 MAC) In another ‘Midweek MACtion’ contest, Ball State is set to take on Northern Illinois (4-5, 3-2 MAC) Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. on CBS Sports Network in Dekalb, Illinois.