2014 MAC PredictionsEast DivisionMACOverall 1. Bowling Green (No. 59)8-011-2 2. Ohio (No. 95)5-37-5 3. Akron (No. 97)5-36-6 4. Buffalo (No. 104)4-46-6 5. Kent State (No. 114)3-54-8 6. Miami, Ohio (No. 120)2-63-9 7. UMass (No. 121)2-62-10 West DivisionMACOverall 1. Toledo (No. 75)6-27-6 2. N. Illinois (No. 77)6-28-4 3. Ball State (No....
The 2014 college football season starts on Aug. 27 and continues into mid-January with the first edition of the four-team playoff. Athlon Sports is counting down until kickoff with projections and previews for all 128 FBS teams. Here is our team preview for No. 79 Ball State.Previewing Ball State’s Offense for 2014:Ball State bid a bittersweet farewell to four-year starting quarterback...
Every year, there’s a new crop of rising stars in college football’s coaching ranks ready to make an appearance on the national stage. Alabama's Nick Saban, Ohio State's Urban Meyer, Notre Dame's Brian Kelly and Florida State's Jimbo Fisher are names familiar across the nation with any fanbase. However, what about the next wave of stars that could be at BCS jobs...
Ball State receiver Willie Snead is giving up his final year of
eligibility to enter the NFL draft.
Arkansas State finds itself in familiar territory while Ball State will be looking to make program history in this year’s GoDaddy Bowl. The last bowl before the BCS National Championship Game, the Red Wolves are in Mobile, Ala., in January for the third straight season, while the Cardinals are aiming to cap off this season with their first-ever postseason victory.Besides playing in its...
Keith Wenning passed for 445 yards and six touchdowns in Ball
State's systematic destruction of Miami (Ohio) 55-14 Friday.
Quarterback Keith Wenning and the Ball State Cardinals came up
about 30 minutes short against No. 20 Northern Illinois.
Two of the nation's most productive offenses clash as No. 20
Northern Illinois seeks to extend the nation's longest current home
winning streak Wednesday night.
Ball State’s Willie Snead is quietly one of the nation’s most-productive receivers, and the junior made one of 2013’s top catches against Akron.
Keith Wenning threw five touchdown passes as Ball State remained
undefeated in conference play with a 42-24 win over Akron on