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Redshirt sophomore wide receiver KeVonn Mabon checks a play during the game against Colgate on Aug. 30 at Scheumann Stadium. Mabon caught 11 passes for 110 yards. DN PHOTO BREANNA DAUGHERTY

Mabon to lead Cardinal offense with experience

Next season the Ball State football offense will be without senior wider receiver Jordan Williams, making junior KeVonn Mabon the number one target. Opposing defenses will be facing a very familiar looking Ball State football team.

Senior tight end Dylan Curry jumps to catch the ball in the end zone during the football game against Georgia State on Oct. 17 at Scheumann Stadium. DN PHOTO ALAINA JAYE HALSEY

Ball State's offense production woes continue

Since the Homecoming game against Toledo, Ball State's offense has slowed down its production. During that timeframe, the team has dropped four games and has struggled moving the ball in its sole win over the University of Massachusetts on Halloween day.

Freshman quarterback Riley Neal looks for an open teammate during the game against the University of Massachusetts on Oct. 31 at Scheumann Stadium. DN PHOTO BREANNA DAUGHERTY

Ball State football loses by 47 against Western Michigan

Ball State officially lost postseason bowl eligibility after suffering a 54-7 loss to Western Michigan on Thursday. It's the second consecutive season that the Cardinals won't compete in the postseason. The Broncos gained 711 yards on the Cardinals, including 300-plus yard performances through the air and on the ground.

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