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  • Ball State CardinalsFootball 2011 -- ballstatesports.com

    Ball State Cardinals (1-1; MAC 0-0) vs.Buffalo Bulls (1-1; MAC 0-0)

    Scheumann Stadium (Field Turf) -- Capacity: 22,500Muncie, Ind. -- Sat., Sept. 17 -- 7 p.m. (ET)

    2011 Ball State Football Schedule(Won 1, Lost 1; MAC 0-0)

    9/3 (Sat.) Ball State 27, Indiana 20 -- ESPN3 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianaplis, Ind.

    9/10 (Sat.) South Florida 37, Ball State 7 -- ESPN3

    9/17 (Sat.) vs. Buffalo * (7:00)

    9/24 (Sat.) vs. Army (2:00) Family Weekend

    10/1 (Sat.) at Oklahoma (6:00)

    10/8 (Sat.) vs. Temple * (2:00) Homecoming

    10/15 (Sat.) at Ohio * (3:30) -- ESPN3/Sports Time Ohio

    10/22 (Sat.) vs. Central Michigan * (2:00)

    10/29 (Sat.) at Western Michigan * (2:00)

    11/5 (Sat.) at Eastern Michigan * (Noon) -- ESPN Plus

    11/15 (Tues.) at Northern Illinois * (7:00) -- ESPNU

    11/25 (Fri.) vs. Toledo * (TBA) - ESPNU Tentative

    * Mid-American Conference GameHome Games are BOLD AND IN ALL CAPSNOTE: Times listed are local time of home team

    GameDay: Tickets for Saturdays game or any Ball State football game are available online at www.ballstatesports.com or by calling 1.888.BSU.TICKET.

    Radio: Ball State Radio Network -- WLBC 104.1 FM Muncie (Morry Mannies, Play-by-Play; Mark OConnell, Analyst) Morry Mannies is in his 56th and final season as the play-by-play announcer for Ball State football and mens basketball . . . The Voice of the Cardinals announced his retirement from Ball State broadcasts Aug. 27, 2011. Sports Link Radio on WCRD (Ball State Student Station - FM 91.3) (Pat Boylan, Play-by-Play; Kyle Binder, Analyst)

    Live Stats & Internet Radio: ballstatesports.com

    Ball State 2011 Team Captains: Sean Baker (Canfield, Ohio/Canfield H.S.), Kreg Hunter (Lebanon, Ind./Lebanon H.S.), Adam Morris (Dublin, Ohio/Scioto H.S.), Briggs Orsbon (Convoy, Ohio/Crestview H.S.) and Andrew Puthoff (St. Henry, Ohio/St. Henry H.S.) have been selected as team captains for the 2011 season.

    The Series: Ball State and Buffalo will be meeting for the ninth time in a series which dates back to the 1969 season . . . The two teams met in 1969 and 1970 and then continued the series after Buffalo became a member of the Mid-American Conference . . . The Cardinals own a 7-1 all-time advantage in the series, including a 3-0 mark in games played in Muncie, Ind. . . . Ball State won the first six games of the series before the Bulls tallied a 42-24 victory in the 2008 MAC Championship Game in Detroit, Mich. . . . The Cardinals tallied a 20-3 victory last season in Buffalo to take the 7-1 all-time lead.

    A Year Ago: Ball State managed a 20-3 victory in Buffalo, N.Y., to improve to 4-7 overall and 3-4 in the MAC lat season . . . Sean Baker set the Cardinals career in-terception record when he intercepted the 15th pass of his career with just under 10 minutes to play in the first quarter of the contest . . . Ball States defense limited the Bulls to 144 yards of total offense, including only 56 passing yards and 88 rushing yards . . . Keith Wenning (Coldwater, Ohio/Coldwater H.S.) completed 18-of-26 passes for 174 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in the victory.

    Scouting Ball State: Ball State evened its record at 1-1 on the season after suffer-ing a 37-7 loss at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., to the nations No. 22 ranked South Florida Bulls . . . The Cardinals started its 2011 season with a 27-20 victory over Big Ten Conference foe Indiana at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. . . . Ball State is averaging 160.5 passing yards and 143.5 rushing yards per game, while allowing 322.0 passing yards and 125.0 rushing yards a contest . . . Keith Wenning has completed 47-of-64 passes for 321 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions . . . Steven Schott (Massillon, Ohio/Washington H.S.) . . . Ball States top returnee is Sean Baker, who was named to the All-MAC Second Team plus was the Cardinals John Magnabosco Award winner as the teams most valuable player in 2010 . . . Jason Pinkston (Cleveland, Ohio/Glenville H.S.) re-turns after starting all 12 games for the Cardinals in 2010 . . . Pinkston was named to the All-MAC Third Team a year ago.

    Scouting BuffaloThe Record: Buffalo evened its record at 1-1 overall with a 35-7 home victory over Stony Brook . . . The Bulls opened the 2011 season with a 35-16 loss at Pittsburgh.

    The Coach: Jeff Quinn (Elmhurst 84) is in his second season as the head coach at Buffalo . . . Quinn led the Bulls to a 2-10 record in 2010 . . . Quinn came to Buffalo after spending the previous three seasons at Cincinnati.

    The Stats: Buffalo is averaging 146.0 rushing yards and 226.5 passing yards per contest, while allowing 207.5 rushing yards and 146.5 passing yards per contest . . . Chazz Anderson has completed 47-of-71 passes for 440 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions this season . . . Branden Oliver is lead-ing the Buffalo rushing attack with 120.0 rushing yards per contest and four rushing TDs.www.ballstatesports.com

  • Ball State Football

    Media Information

    All interviews with Ball State football student-athletes or coaches must be arranged through

    the Ball State Media Relations Office.To schedule an interview, please contact

    associate athletics director Joe Hernandez at [email protected] or 765.285.8242

    Monday: MAC Coaches Conference Call Call-In Number Provided by MAC ...Coach Lembo 10:10 (ET)Tuesday: Players and coaches are available after practice...Practice will begin at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday: Noon - Coach Lembo Press Conference at Alumni Center... Players and coaches are available after practice....Practice will begin at 3:45 p.m. Thursday: Coach Lembo will be available for a limited number of interviews ...Please schedule with Joe Hernandez

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    Football Office (765.285.8251)Head Coach: Pete Lembo (Georgetown 92)Career Record/Years: 80-36/11thRecord at Ball State/Years: 1-1/1st YearMAC Record/Years: 0-0/1st Year

    Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Rich Skrosky (Ramapo 87)Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers: Jay Bateman (Randolph-Macon 95)Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends: Joey Lynch (Ball State 07)Special Teams Coordinator/Running Backs: Justin Lustig (Bucknell 00)Defensive Backs: Daryl Dixon (Florida 03)Wide Receivers: Keith Gaither (Elon 99)Safeties: Terry Lantz (Louisville 91)Offensive Line: John Strollo (Boston College 76)Defensive Line: Chad Wilt (Taylor 00)Assistant A.D. for Football Operations: Corey Bass (East Carolina 07)Director, Football Strength & Conditioning: David Feeley (Plymouth State 04)Equipment Manager: Tex Ritter (Akron 76)Video Coordinator: Jared Law (Ball State 09)Football Coaching Graduate Assistants: Patrick Henry (Defiance 05) Tim Kelly (Eastern Illinois 08)Strength & Conditioning Graduate Asst.: Brett McQuilkin (Elon 11)Football Operations Graduate Assistant: Thad Bogardus (Elon 11)Secretary: Marlene Mitchell

    Team Information2010 Overall Record: 4-82010 MAC Record: 3-5Basic Offense: Multiple No HuddleBasic Defense: 4-3Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 53/16Starters Returning/Lost: 11/7

    First Season at Ball State (2011)

    20th Year as a Football CoachAlma Mater: Georgetown 92; Masters - Albany 94

    Coaching Experience:Albany, Graduate Assistant, 1992-93Dartmouth, assistant, 1994-96Hampden-Sydney, assistant, 1997Lehigh, assistant, 1998-2000

    Lehigh, head coach, Elon, head coach, Ball State, head coach,2001-05 2006-10 20112005: 8-3 2010: 6-5 2011: 1-12004: 9-3 2009: 9-32003: 8-3 2008: 8-42002: 8-4 2007: 7-42001: 11-1 2006: 5-6Lehigh Totals: 44-14 Elon Totals: 35-22 Ball State Totals: 1-1

    Career Head Coaching Record: 80-37

    NOTES: Opened his Ball State coaching career with a 27-20 victory over Indiana at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. . . . Led Elon to 35 victories in five years after taking over a program that tallied a 14-42 record in the five years prior to his arrival . . . managed a 24-14 career record in the Southern Conference while at Elon . . . 2007 Southern Confer-ence Coach of the Year . . . raised the NCAA Academic Progress Rate at Elon to 971 in 2009-10 and a four year average of 965 . . . the 2010 team averaged 435.2 yards of total offense per game, the fourth straight year the Phoenix averaged more than 400 yards per game on offense . . . led Elon to the 2009 Football Championship Subdivision Playoffs for the first time in the history of the program . . . the nine wins in 2009 tied the school record for most wins since 1999 . . . Elon spent two weeks ranked third in the nation in 2008, while the 7-4 record in 2007 was the schools first winning campaign since 2000 . . . led Elon to final rankings in the top-25 in three of his last four seasons -- 23rd in 2007, 17th in 2008 and ninth in 2009 . . . led Lehigh to the 2001 and 2004 Patriot League Championship and berths in the FCS Playoffs . . . his .759 winning percentage at Lehigh was the highest for a head coach in the schools history . . . named the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year and the Patriot League Coach of the Year in 2001 . . . as an assistant at Dartmouth, helped the team to a 10-0 record and the Ivy League Championship in 1996 . . . as an assistant at Lehigh, helped the team to a 12-1 record in 1998, a 10-2 mark in 1999 and a 12-1 ledger in 2000, and three straight Patriot League Championships.

    Personal Information:

    Date of Birth: April 16, 1970, in Staten Island, N.Y.Marital Status: Married to the former Jenifer Kochis three children -- Sophia, A.J. and VictoriaHigh School: Monsignor Farrell H.S. in Staten Island, N.Y.College: Bachelors - Georgetown 92; Masters - Albany 94

    NOTES: Four-year starter as an offensive lineman at Georgetown . . . team captain as a senior in the 1991 season . . . member of the FCS Head Coaches Executive Commit-tee (2001-10), the All-America Selection Committee (2001-05) and the American Football Coaches Association Public Relations Committee (2002-05).

    Ball State Head Coach Pete Lembo

  • Mid-American Conference Championships1976, 1978, 1989, 1993, 1996

    MAC West Division Championships2001, 2007, 2008

    2011 Schedule and Results(*MAC Games; Home Team underlined; Local time of home team)

    Ball State Quick Hits

    Sat., Sept. 10South Florida 37, Ball State 7Temple 41, Akron 3 *Kentucky 27, Central Michigan 13Ohio State 27, Toledo 22Eastern Michigan 14, Alabama State 7Buffalo 35, Stony Brook 7Bowling Green 58, Morgan State 13Louisiana-Lafayette 20, Kent State 12Ohio 30, Gardner-Webb 3Western Michigan 38, Nicholls State 7Kansas 45, Northern Illinois 42

    General InformationLocation: Muncie, Ind. 47306Enrollment: 17,285Founded: 1918President: Dr. Jo Ann GoraAlma Mater: Vassar CollegeColors: Cardinal and WhiteNickname: CardinalsHome Facility: Scheumann StadiumSurface: FieldTurfFootball History: 2011 is the 87th teamFirst Season in Stadium: 1967Capacity: 22,500Conference: Mid-American (West Division)

    Athletics (765.285.1671)Athletics Director: Tom CollinsAlma Mater: Northern ArizonaAssociate A.D.: Joe HernandezAssociate A.D./SWA: Karin LeeAssociate A.D.: Pat QuinnAssociate A.D.: Matt WolfertDirector of Business Services: Stephanie MartinDirector of Athletic Development: Brad EdmondsonAsst. Dir. of Athletic Development: Stephanie ArnoldCardinal Varsity Club Events Coordinator: Susan HargisDirector of Marketing & Promotions: Molly MyersDirector of Corporate Sales: Jeff WellerAssistant Director of Corporate Sales: Chris UlmCompliance Coordinator: Lisa DonaldsonFaculty Representative: Dr. Jim RuebelDirector of Facilities: Dan ByrnesAssociate Dir. of Sports Facilities: Gonzo BarajasManager of Sports Facilities: Phil ClayAsst. Manager of Sports Facilities: Bart Ware

    Athletics Media and Alumni Relations(765.285.8242; FAX 765.285.8929)Mailing Address: HP 120, Muncie, IN 47306Associate A.D.: Joe HernandezAssistant Director: Brad CaudillAssistant Director: Paula HaughnAssistant Director: Matt McCollesterGraduate Assistant: Lauren DaleSecretary: Robin CarterFootball Contact: Joe Hernandez Cell Phone: 765.730.4614E-Mail Address: [email protected] Contact: Paula HaughnCell Phone: 765.716.1837E-Mail Address: [email protected]

    www.ballstatesports.com

    Athletics Training (Stadium: 765.285.4469)Head Athletics Trainer: Neal HazenAssociate Trainer: Shawn ComerAssistant Trainer: Jillian BrigleAssistant Trainer: Troy Hershman

    Ticket Office (765.285.1474)1.888.BSU.TICKETDirector of Ticket Operations: Rob RichardsDirector of Ticket Sales: Adam Tschuor

    2011 Mid-American Conference Standings

    West Division MAC Record Overall RecordEastern Michigan 0-0 2-0Ball State 0-0 1-1Central Michigan 0-0 1-1Northern Illinois 0-0 1-1Toledo 0-0 1-1Western Michigan 0-0 1-1

    East Division MAC Record Overall RecordTemple 1-0 2-0Bowling Green 0-0 2-0Ohio 0-0 2-0Buffalo 0-0 1-1Miami University 0-0 0-1Kent State 0-0 0-2Akron 0-1 0-2

    Ball States game vs. the South Florida Bulls, which entered the game ranked 22nd in the nation in the USA Today Poll, marked its first game against a nationally ranked team since Nov. 4, 2006, when the Cardinals suffered a 34-26 loss at Michigan . . . The Wolverines had entered that game ranked No. 2 in the nation by AP and USA Today.

    Ball State opened the 2011 season by playing its first two games in stadiums that host Na-tional Football League teams . . . The Cardinals opened the year with a 27-20 win over Indiana at Lucas Oil Stadium, the home of the Indianapolis Colts . . . Ball State played its second game of the season at Raymond James Stadium, the home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    Ball States defense has registered five sacks in its first two games of the 2011 season . . . The Cardinals are tied for 37th in the nation with 2.5 sacks per game . . . Ball State tallied four sacks in its season opening victory over Indiana . . . It marked the most sacks for a Ball State defense since the Cardinals had six at Central Michigan Oct. 2, 2010 . . . The Cardinals added one sack vs. South Florida in its second game of the year.

    Joel Cox (Greenwood, Ind./Center Grove H.S.) blocked a South Florida field goal at the end of the second quarter . . . It marked the first blocked field goal by a Ball State player since Oct. 10, 2009, when the Cardinals blocked a Temple attempt.

    Ball States football team has played on television 20 times in the last three seasons . . . The Cardinals are scheduled for at least three television games in 2011 . . . Ball State played twice on ESPN2 plus appeared on ESPNU, CBS College Sports and Fox Sports in 2009 . . . In 2010, the Cardinals played on ESPNU once, ESPN Plus once and the Big Ten Network twice.

    Ball State has won 16 of its last 27 Mid-American Conference games . . . The Cardinals won their final three MAC games in 2007 and all eight league contests in 2008 for 11 straight conference victories, which is the second longest league winning streak in school history.

    Fri., Sept. 16Boise State at Toledo (8:00) - ESPN

    Sat., Sept. 17Buffalo at Ball State (7:00) *Central Mich. at Western Mich. (Noon) * - ESPN3Wyoming at Bowling Green (Noon) - ESPN3Eastern Michigan at Michigan (Noon) - BTNPenn State at Temple (Noon) - ESPNAkron at Cincinnati (3:30) - ESPN3Miami University at Minnesota (3:30) - BTNWisconsin at Northern Illinois (3:30) - ESPN3Marshall at Ohio (7:00) - ESPN3Kent State at Kansas State (7:00) - FOX Sports

  • Wennings Winning Ways: Keith Wenning, who completed a career high 23 passes and rushed for a career best 61 yards in Ball States 27-20 victory over Indiana, has started the last 12 games for the Cardinals . . . . Wenning started the final 10 games of the 2010 season as a true freshman after appearing in Ball States first two games in relief . . . Wenning threw a career best three touchdown passes vs. Akron in 2010, including a career long 63-yard pass to Jack Tomlinson (Westerville, Ohio/South H.S.) that went for a touch-down . . . Wenning tallied a career high 39 pass attempts for a career high 224 yards at Toledo in 2010 . . . He also threw for 217 yards vs. Akron and 200 yards at Kent State last season.

    Wenning a Double Threat: Keith Wenning rushed for a touchdown and passed for two TDs in Ball States 27-20 victory over Indiana in the season opener . . . It marked the third time he has both rushed and passed for a touchdown in his career . . . He rushed and threw foa TD in the same game twice in 2010 -- vs. Eastern Michigan and at Kent State . . . Wenning rushed for the first TD of his career with 12:07 left in the second quarter vs. Eastern Michigan in 2010 . . . His third career rushing touchdown was a one-yard gain with 7:11 to play in the first half against Indiana.

    Baker is Ball States All-Time Interceptions Leader: Sean Baker, who led the Cardinals with 9.5 tackles at South Florida, intercepted two passes and returned a fumble for a touchdown in Ball States 20-3 win at Buffalo in 2010 . . . Baker became Ball States career in-terceptions leader with his 15th and 16th picks at Buffalo . . . Only a junior in 2010, Baker passed Mike Lecklider (1973-76) and Shafer Suggs (1972-75), who shared the school standard with 14 apiece . . . He has four multiple interception games in his career, including vs. Liberty and at Buffalo in 2010 . . . Baker tied for first in the MAC and tied for fifth in the NCAA in interceptions last year. Baker More than Just Interceptions: Sean Baker, was third on the team with eight tackles in the season opener vs. Indiana, forced the fifth fumble of his career and recovered his third career fumble at Buffalo last season . . . He returned the recovered fumble 26 yards for a touchdown, marking the second time in his career he has accomplished the feat . . . Baker recorded his first career blocked field goal vs. Liberty in 2010 . . . He was credited with the first sack of his career vs. Southeast Missouri State last season.

    More News on Baker: In addition to setting the Ball State career interceptions mark, Sean Baker is 13th all-time with 121 career in-terception return yards and second on the Cardinals career chart with 59 fumble return yards . . . His fumble return for a touchdown at Buffalo in 2010 was the second of his career and he became the first player in Ball State history to return two fumbles for TDs in a career.

    Offensive Line Returns Experience: Seven offensive linemen with a combined 98 career starts return to the 2011 squad . . . Kreg Hunter (Lebanon, Ind./Lebanon H.S.) is the veteran among the returning lineman with 22 starts in his career . . . Hunter started four games as a freshman in 2008, all 12 games at center in 2009, five games in 2010 and two contests in 2011 . . . Kitt OBrien (Walton, Ind./Lewis Cass H.S.) has 16 career starts . . . He started started two games in 2009, all 12 in 2010 and one in 2011 . . . Dan Manick (Dyer, Ind./Lake Central H.S.) has 18 career starts . . . Cameron Lowry (Indianapolis, Ind./Pike H.S.) started all 12 games in 2009 at left tackle and the first three games of 2010 before suffering an injury . . . Austin Holtz (Holt, Mich./Holt H.S.) started eight games in 2009, six contests in 2010 and two in 2011 . . . Jordan Hansel (Covington, Ky./Simon Kenton H.S.) started six games in 2010 and the first two in 2011, while Jerrod Gray (Bradley, Ill./Bourbonnais) started seven games in 2010.

    Freshman Running Back Starts Career: Jahwan Edwards (Matthews, N.C./Butler H.S.), a true freshman running back, began his Ball State career with a four yard rush in the second quarter of the Cardinals season opener vs. Indiana at Lucas Oil Stadium in India-napolis, Ind. . . . In addition to gaining a career high 84 yards on a career best 16 rushes vs. Indiana, Edwards tallied his first career reception for 11 yards . . . In his second collegiate contest, Edwards rushed for 41 yards and one touchdown on seven carries vs. the nations 22nd-ranked South Florida Bulls . . . The TD at USF was the first of his career.

    Kick Starting a Career: Steven Schott (Massillon, Ohio/Washington H.S.), a junior placekicker for the Cardinals who had only two attempts in his first two seasons, kicked a career long 38-yard field goal with 9:25 left in the third quarter of Ball States season opening 27-20 win over Indiana, which tied the game at 17-17 . . . Schott then nailed a 22-yard field goal with 2:16 left in the game to give the Car-dinals a 27-17 lead and secure the victory . . . In his first two seasons, Schott was 1-for-2 on field goal attempts . . . He primarily handled kickoff duties for the Cardinals in 2010 . . . Schott has made 3-of-4 field goals in his career and 4-of-4 extra points in his three seasons.

    Punter U. Continues: Scott Kovanda (Hartland, Mich./Detroit Central Catholic H.S.) has punted 11 times for 468 yards and a 42.5 average in two games this season . . . He ranks 26th in the country and fourth in the MAC in punting this season . . . In addition, Kovanda helped the Cardinals to limit Indiana to one punt return for a negative one yard in the season opener and South Florida to a negative five yards on three punt returns . . . Ball State ranks 24th in the nation in net punting this season . . . Kovanda managed a season long 57-yard punt vs. Indiana . . . He punted 64 times for 2,557 yards in 2010 . . . He tied his career long with a 63-yard punt vs. Eastern Michigan, a feat he also accomplished vs. North Texas in 2009 . . . He punted a career high nine times for a career best 343 yards at Iowa . . . Ball State has a long tradition of outstanding punters . . . Brad Maynard (1993-96) set the Ball State career record with a 44.2 average, was a consensus All-American and is in his 15th year in the National Football League . . . Reggie Hodges (2000-04) punted for 10,210 yards and is in his seventh year in the NFL . . . Chris Miller (2004-08) completed his career in 2008 ranked second in Ball State annals with 10,342 career punt yards and broke Maynards career average record with a 44.77 mark.

    Ball State Notes

  • Senior Captain Leads Receivers: Briggs Orsbon (Convoy, Ohio/Crestview H.S.), a senior in 2011, had five catches for 40 yards in the season opener vs. Indiana . . . Orsbon was second for the Cardinals with 28 catches in 2010 . . . He tallied his first receiving TD of the 2010 season with 34 seconds left in regulation vs. Eastern Michigan to force the game into overtime . . . Orsbon tallied 13 catches for 141 yards vs. Buffalo in the 2008 Mid-American Conference Championship Game . . . Both totals were career highs and set MAC Championship Game records . . . He blocked the first punt of his career with 3:18 remaining in the third quarter of Ball States season opener vs. Southeast Missouri State last season.

    Other Receivers Following the Lead: Torieal Gibson (Cleveland, Ohio/Glenville H.S.) and Jack Tomlinson (Westerville, Ohio/South H.S.) are Ball States No. 1 and No. 2 receivers, respectively . . . They are tied for team-high honors with nine catches apiece, while Briggs Orsbon is third with eight catches . . . Gibson has nine catches for 78 yards, while Tomlinson has nine receptions for 54 yards . . . Connor Ryan (Westlake, Ohio/St. Ignatius) has three catches for 45 yards and leads the Cardinals with an aver-age of 15.0 yards per catch.

    Freeman A Leader on Defense: Travis Freeman (Cleveland, Ohio/Glenville H.S.) led the Cardinals with 10 tackles in Ball States season opening victory over Indiana and was fourth on the team with five tackles at South Florida . . . Freeman started all 12 games in 2010 after starting the last 11 games as a true freshman in 2009 . . . He led the Cardinals in tackles in four games in 2010 -- Purdue (9), Iowa (16), Central Michigan (8) and West-ern Michigan (14) -- and tied for team-high honors at Toledo (10) . . . He tallied his second career interception and his first of the season at Toledo a year ago . . . Freeman tallied the first fumble recovery of his career in the season finale vs. Northern Illinois . . . His 16 tackles at Iowa was a career high . . . Freeman ranked seventh in the Mid-American Con-ference and tied for 39th in the NCAA in tackles last season . . . Freeman led the team with 109 tackles and added six tackles for loss, one sack, one interception, one fumble recovery and one pass breakup.

    Morris Boys: Aaron Morris (South Euclid, Ohio/Glenville H.S.) and Adam Morris (Dublin, Ohio/Scioto H.S.) are no relation, but both have put together solid starts in 2011 . . . Aaron Morris was second on the team with nine total tackles plus added one sack and 1.5 tackles for loss against Indiana . . . The nine tackles was a career high, while the sack was the first of his career . . . In addition, he was second on the team with 6.5 tack-les, including one tackle for loss at South Florida . . . Adam Morris tallied three tackles, one sack and two tackles for loss in the season opener . . . The sack was the fourth of his career . . . He is tied for second on the team with two tackle for loss and tied for second with one sack in 2011.

    Pinkston Making the Picks: Jason Pinkston (Cleveland, Ohio/Glenville H.S.), a junior for the Cardinals, recorded the eighth inter-ception of his career at South Florida . . . He had his first career multiple interception game when he picked off two passes at Central Michigan in 2010 . . . Pinkston managed a career high nine tackles at Kent State last season . . . He is seventh on the team this season with nine tackles.

    Howard Getting in on the Picks: Joshua Howard (Inkster, Mich./Inkster H.S.), a senior for Ball State, tallied his first interception of the season and the second of his career at South Florida . . . He tallied his first career interception on the final play of the second overtime vs. Akron to seal Ball States 37-30 victory in 2010 . . . Howard managed a career high seven tackles in the Cardinals season opening 27-20 victory over Indiana at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind.

    Garrett Making a Mark: Jeffery Garrett (Indianapolis, Ind./Ben Davis H.S.), a sophomore for the Cardinals, ranks fourth on the team with 13 tackles . . . He has started the first two games this season after playing in nine games with no starts as a true freshman in 2010 . . . Garrett had a career high seven tackles vs. Indiana in Ball States season opening 27-20 victory at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind.

    Tony Martin Making His Mark: Tony Martin (Park Hills, Mo./Central H.S.) ranks fifth on the team with 11 tackles this season . . . He made his ninth career start at South Florida and was playing in his 23rd game in three seasons . . . Martin, who led the Cardinals with a career high 14 tackles vs. Eastern Michigan in 2010, ranked third on the team with 74 tackles on the season plus has added three tackles for loss, one fumble recovery, two pass breakups and two quarterback hurries last year . . . The fumble recovery was the second of his career . . . Martin led Ball State with 9.5 tackles vs. Liberty in 2010 plus added two tackles for loss and two pass breakups.

    Ball State Notes

    PASS CATCHERSSingle Game Stats

    Briggs Orsbons CareerCatches: 13 vs. Buffalo, 2008Yards: 141 vs. Buffalo, 2008Long: 36 yards at Miami U., 2008TDs in a Game: 1 (Seven Times)

    Torieal Gibsons CareerCatches: 7 vs. Toledo, 2009Yards: 110 at Temple, 2009Long: 50 yards at Temple, 2009TDs in a Game: 1 (Four Times)

    Aaron MershmanCatches: 3 vs. Eastern Mich., 2010Yards: 40 vs. Liberty, 2010Long: 25 vs. Liberty, 2010TDs in a Game: 1 vs. Liberty, 2010

    Jack Tomlinsons CareerCatches: 7 vs. Akron, 2010Yards: 175 vs. Akron, 2010Long: 80 vs. Northern Illinois, 2010TDs in a Game: 3 vs. Akron, 2010Multiple Receiving TD Games: 2

  • 77 Austin Holtz ** 6-5 296 Sr./Jr. Holt, Mich.72 Cameron Lowry ** 6-6 289 Sr./Jr. Indianapolis, Ind.

    79 Kitt OBrien ** 6-6 305 Jr./Jr. Walton, Ind.76 Rayondon Kennedy 6-2 280 5th/Sr. Dolton, Ill.

    66 Kreg Hunter *** 6-3 294 5th/Sr. Lebanon, Ind.54 Jerrod Gray ** 6-3 276 5th./Sr. Bradley, Ill.

    70 Jordan Hansel * 6-4 300 So./So. Covington, Ky.63 Chris Sparrow 6-2 295 Jr./Jr. Scotts, Mich.

    73 Dan Manick ** 6-4 286 Sr./Jr. Dyer, Ind.75 Matthew Page * 6-6 289 Jr./So. East Chicago, Ind.

    88 ZaneFakes** 6-3 233 Jr./So. Plainfield,Ind.- OR -11 Aaron Mershman * 6-2 211 Jr./So. Bowling Green, Ohio89 David Schneider * 6-3 250 So./So. Cincinnati, Ohio

    10 Keith Wenning * 6-4 220 So./So. Coldwater, Ohio5 Kelly Page ** 6-3 211 Sr./Jr. Sunnyvale, Texas

    33 Barrington Scott 5-11 204 Jr./So. Fort Wayne, Ind. - OR -38 Jahwan Edwards 5-10 232 Fr./Fr. Matthews, N.C.45 Dwayne Donigan ** 5-6 171 Sr./Jr. Indianapolis, Ind.

    85 Jack Tomlinson 5-9 160 So./So. Westerville, Ohio3 Willie Snead 5-11 182 Fr./Fr. Muskegon Hts., Mich.

    1 Briggs Orsbon *** 6-0 189 Sr./Sr. Convoy, Ohio2 Jamill Smith * 5-8 137 Jr./So. Muncie, Ind.

    12 Torieal Gibson *** 5-9 173 Sr./Sr. Cleveland, Ohio81 Connor Ryan 6-1 187 Jr./So. Westlake, Ohio

    44 Ryan Hartke *** 6-4 228 5th/Sr. St. Henry, Ohio51 Steve Spence 6-2 225 Sr./Sr. Norfolk, Va.

    92 Nathan Ollie * 6-1 290 So./So. Chicago, Ill.93 Joel Cox * 6-1 275 So./So. Greenwood, Ind.

    99 Adam Morris ** 6-0 279 Sr./Sr. Dublin, Ohio97 Donovan Jarrett ** 6-2 309 Jr./Jr. Hamilton, Ohio

    41 Andrew Puthoff *** 6-3 249 5th/Sr. St. Henry, Ohio52 Nick Miles 6-2 255 Fr./Fr. Burlington, N.C.

    47 Tony Martin ** 6-1 219 Jr./Jr. Park Hills, Mo.42 Julian Boyd 6-2 194 Fr./Fr. Roswell, Ga.

    8 Travis Freeman ** 6-0 223 Jr./Jr. Cleveland, Ohio50 Trent Toothman 6-0 235 Fr./Fr. Salem, Ohio

    15 Aaron Morris * 6-0 195 So./So. South Euclid, Ohio22 Quintin Cooper * 5-9 175 So./So. Clayton, Ohio

    24 Jeffery Garrett * 5-9 170 So./So. Indianapolis, Ind.13 Armand Dehaney ** 5-8 165 Jr./Jr. Maple Heights, Ohio

    20 Joshua Howard *** 6-1 197 Sr./Sr. Inkster, Mich. - OR -23 Kyle Hoke *** 5-11 193 Sr./Sr. Sugar Land, Texas29 Brian Jones 5-10 175 So./Fr. Chicago, Ill.

    25 SeanBaker*** 6-1 204 5th/Sr. Canfield,Ohio37 Christopher Calloway 5-11 187 Fr./Fr. Bradenton, Fla.

    6 Jason Pinkston ** 6-2 177 Jr./Jr. Cleveland, Ohio28 Andre Dawson ** 6-0 180 Sr./Jr. Lewis Center, Ohio

    14 Steven Schott ** 6-1 163 Sr./Jr. Massillon, Ohio31 Scott Secor 5-9 155 So./Fr. New Lenox, Ill.

    18 Scott Kovanda ** 6-3 195 Sr./Jr. Hartland, Mich.31 Scott Secor 5-9 155 So./Fr. New Lenox, Ill.

    57 Garrett Mack 6-5 215 So./Fr. Indianapolis, Ind.56 Anthony Kukwa 6-3 217 Fr./Fr. Perry, Ohio

    18 Scott Kovanda ** 6-3 195 Sr./Jr. Hartland, Mich.81 Connor Ryan 6-1 187 Jr./So. Westlake, Ohio

    2 Jamill Smith * 5-8 137 Jr./So. Muncie, Ind.1 Briggs Orsbon *** 6-0 189 Sr./Sr. Convoy, Ohio

    1 Briggs Orsbon *** 6-0 189 Sr./Sr. Convoy, Ohio13 Armand Dehaney ** 5-8 165 Jr./Jr. Maple Heights, Ohio

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    Roster Updates: The following players are out indefinitely -- Zac Jordan (knee), Odis Prunty (concussion), David Ruffin (leg) . . . Phil Dudley (shoulder) is listed as doubtful for Saturday . . . Zane Fakes (back) and Joel Cox (shoulder) are listed as questionable for Saturday.

  • No. Name (* Letters) Pos. Ht. Wt. Class Hometown (High School)98 Ian Anderson DT 6-3 277 Fr./Fr. Greensboro, N.C. (Reagan) 46 Michael Ayers LB 6-1 210 Fr./Fr. Elks Grove, Calif. (Laguna Creek)26 Avery Bailey LB 6-1 190 Fr./Fr. Cleveland, Ohio (St. Edward) 25 Sean Baker *** S 6-1 204 5th/Sr. Canfield, Ohio (Canfield) 4 Horactio Banks RB 5-10 185 Fr./Fr. Chicago, Ill. (Simeon) 82 Shane Belle WR 6-2 170 So./Fr. Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville) 19 Taylor Bockrath QB 6-5 210 Fr./Fr. Cincinnati, Ohio (Moeller)42 Julian Boyd LB 6-2 194 Fr./Fr. Roswell, Ga. (Roswell) 21 David Brown * RB 5-10 198 Jr./So. Shelbyville, Ind. (Shelbyville) 37 Christopher Calloway S 5-11 187 Fr./Fr. Bradenton, Fla. (Palmetto) 22 Quintin Cooper * CB 5-9 175 So./So. Clayton, Ohio (Northmont) 93 Joel Cox * DT 6-1 275 So./So. Greenwood, Ind. (Center Grove) 48 Justin Cruz * LB 5-11 216 Jr./Jr. Fleming Island, Fla. (Fleming Island) 40 Dylan Curry TE 6-5 255 Fr./Fr. Frankfort, Ky. (Western Hills)28 Andre Dawson ** CB 6-0 184 Sr./Jr. Lewis Center, Ohio (Olentangy) 13 Armand Dehaney ** CB 5-8 165 Jr./Jr. Maple Heights, Ohio (Walsh Jesuit) 45 Dwayne Donigan ** RB 5-6 171 Sr./Jr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Broad Ripple) 9 Phil Dudley * WR 5-9 175 So./So. Pittsburgh, Pa. (Ben Davis, Indpls., IN) 38 Jahwan Edwards RB 5-10 232 Fr./Fr. Matthews, N.C. (Butler) 44 Augustus Ervin P 5-11 192 So./Fr. Brownsburg, Ind. (Brownsburg)88 Zane Fakes ** TE 6-3 233 Jr./So. Plainfield, Ind. (Plainfield) 49 Joseph Fazio S 6-0 198 Jr./So. Cedarburg, Wis. (Cedarburg) 71 Bryan Ford OT 6-3 273 Fr./Fr. Southfield, Mich. (Christian) 95 Matt Fox DE 6-4 230 Fr./Fr. West Chester, Ohio (Lakota West) 8 Travis Freeman ** LB 6-0 223 Jr./Jr. Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville) 78 Kevin Gall ** OT 6-5 285 5th/Sr. Granger, Ind. (Penn) 83 Trey Gardner WR 6-4 210 Fr./Fr. Petersburg, Va. (Dinwiddie) 24 Jeffery Garrett * CB 5-9 170 So./So. Indianapolis, Ind. (Ben Davis) 12 Torieal Gibson *** WR 5-9 173 Sr./Sr. Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville) 54 Jerrod Gray ** C 6-3 276 5th/Sr. Bradley, Ill. (Bourbonnais) 43 Jacob Green TE 6-3 226 Jr./So. Cincinnati, Ohio (Wyoming) 70 Jordan Hansel * OG 6-4 300 So./So. Covington, Ky. (Simon Kenton) 44 Ryan Hartke *** DE 6-4 228 5th/Sr. St. Henry, Ohio (St. Henry) 16 Curtez Hawkins CB 5-9 181 So./Fr. Ferguson, Mo. (McCluer)91 Chris Hinton DL 6-2 247 Jr./So. Brownstown, Ind. (Central)90 Harold Hogue * DT 6-1 265 Jr./So. Indianapolis, Ind. (Cathedral) 23 Kyle Hoke *** S 5-11 193 Sr./Sr. Sugar Land, Texas (Clements) 61 Taylor Hoke C 6-1 295 So./Fr. New Albany, Ind. (New Albany) 77 Austin Holtz ** OT 6-5 296 Sr./Jr. Holt, Mich. (Holt) 20 Joshua Howard *** S 6-1 197 Sr./Sr. Inkster, Mich. (Inkster) 66 Kreg Hunter *** C 6-3 294 5th/Sr. Lebanon, Ind. (Lebanon) 53 Ben Ingle LB 6-1 214 Fr./Fr. West Harrison, Ind. (LaSalle) 97 Donovan Jarrett ** DT 6-2 309 Jr./Jr. Hamilton, Ohio (Hamilton) 29 Brian Jones S 5-10 175 So./Fr. Chicago, Ill. (Morgan Park) 17 Zac Jordan * LB 5-10 198 5th/Sr. Cincinnati, Ohio (Elder) 76 Rayondon Kennedy OG 6-2 280 5th/Sr. Dolton, Ill. (Mount Carmel) 39 Brandon Kish S 5-11 184 Jr./So. Amherst, Ohio (Steele) 18 Scott Kovanda ** P 6-3 195 Sr./Jr. Hartland, Mich. (Detroit Catholic Central) 56 Anthony Kukwa DE 6-3 217 Fr./Fr. Perry, Ohio (Perry) 21 Keith Lee CB 5-7 162 So./So. Walton, Ind. (Lewis Cass)58 Kenneth Lee DB 6-3 206 Jr./Jr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Lawrence Central)6 Dion Lewis WR 5-10 171 So./Fr. Hammond, Ind. (Hammond)72 Cameron Lowry ** OT 6-6 289 Sr./Jr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Pike) 57 Garrett Mack LS 6-5 215 So./Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Center Grove)

    No. Name (* Letters)1 Briggs Orsbon *** 2 Jamill Smith *3 Willie Snead 4 Horactio Banks5 Kelly Page ** 5 Jonathan Newsome6 Jason Pinkston ** 6 Toney Williams6 Dion Lewis7 Cory Sykes ***8 Travis Freeman **9 Phil Dudley * 10 Keith Wenning *11 Aaron Mershman *12 Torieal Gibson ***13 Armand Dehaney ** 14 Steven Schott ** 15 Aaron Morris * 16 Brooks Medaris16 Curtez Hawkins17 Zac Jordan *18 Scott Kovanda **19 Taylor Bockrath20 Joshua Howard ***21 David Brown * 21 Keith Lee22 Quintin Cooper *23 Kyle Hoke *** 24 Jeffery Garrett *25 Sean Baker ***26 Avery Bailey27 Kendall Moore28 Andre Dawson **28 Richard St. Victor29 Brian Jones 30 J.C. Wade31 Scott Secor32 Lorren Womack *33 Barrington Scott34 Odis Prunty *35 Keenan Noel36 Eric Patterson37 Christopher Calloway38 Jahwan Edwards 39 Brandon Kish40 Dylan Curry41 Andrew Puthoff ***41 Jared Scaringe42 Julian Boyd43 Jacob Green44 Ryan Hartke ***44 Augustus Ervin45 Dwayne Donigan **46 Michael Ayers

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  • No. Name (* Letters) Pos. Ht. Wt. Class Hometown (High School)73 Dan Manick ** OT 6-4 286 Sr./Jr. Dyer, Ind. (Lake Central) 47 Tony Martin ** LB 6-1 219 Jr./Jr. Park Hills, Mo. (Central) 16 Brooks Medaris QB 6-0 171 Jr./So. Muncie, Ind. (Delta) 11 Aaron Mershman * TE 6-2 211 Jr./So. Bowling Green, Ohio (Bowling Green) 52 Nick Miles DE 6-2 255 Fr./Fr. Burlington, N.C. (Eastern Alamance) 27 Kendall Moore CB 6-1 175 Jr./So. Indianapolis, Ind. (Cardinal Ritter) 15 Aaron Morris * LB 6-0 195 So./So. South Euclid, Ohio (Glenville) 99 Adam Morris ** DT 6-0 279 Sr./Sr. Dublin, Ohio (Scioto) 5 Jonathan Newsome LB 6-3 220 Jr./Jr. Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville)35 Keenan Noel FB 6-1 255 Fr./Fr. Columbus, Ind. (North) 79 Kitt OBrien ** OG 6-6 305 Jr./Jr. Walton, Ind. (Lewis Cass) 92 Nathan Ollie * DT 6-1 290 So./So. Chicago, Ill. (Mount Carmel) 84 Derek Orr TE 6-6 225 So./Fr. Marshallville, Ohio (Smithville) 1 Briggs Orsbon *** WR 6-0 189 Sr./Sr. Convoy, Ohio (Crestview) 87 Jacolby Owens WR 6-3 205 Fr./Fr. South Holland, Ill. (Thornridge) 5 Kelly Page ** QB 6-3 211 Sr./Jr. Sunnyvale, Texas (Mesquite) 75 Matthew Page * OT 6-6 289 Jr./So. East Chicago, Ind. (Central) 36 Eric Patterson CB 5-10 190 Fr./Fr. Tampa, Fla. (H.B. Plant)6 Jason Pinkston ** CB 6-2 177 Jr./Jr. Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville) 34 Odis Prunty * CB 5-10 175 So./So. Cleveland, Ohio (St. Edward) 41 Andrew Puthoff *** DE 6-3 249 5th/Sr. St. Henry, Ohio (St. Henry) 64 David Raffin C 6-3 289 So./Fr. Chesterton, Ind. (Chesterton)74 Tyler Rayburn OG 6-3 274 Fr./Fr. Columbus, Ind. (East) 81 Connor Ryan * WR 6-1 187 Jr./So. Westlake, Ohio (St. Ignatius) 28 Richard St. Victor WR 6-2 216 Sr./Sr. Fort Wayne, Ind. (North)41 Jared Scaringe WR 5-9 162 So./Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Scecina)65 Jalen Schlachter OG 6-5 301 Fr./Fr. Corunna, Mich. (Corunna) 89 David Schneider * TE 6-3 250 So./So. Cincinnati, Ohio (Moeller) 14 Steven Schott ** PK 6-1 163 Sr./Jr. Massillon, Ohio (Washington) 33 Barrington Scott RB 5-11 204 Jr./So. Fort Wayne, Ind. (Snider)31 Scott Secor PK 5-9 155 So./Fr. New Lenox, Ill. (Lincolnway Central) 80 Chris Shillings WR 6-1 200 Fr./Fr. Columbus, Ind. (North) 2 Jamill Smith * WR 5-8 137 Jr./So. Muncie, Ind. (South) 3 Willie Snead WR 5-11 182 Fr./Fr. Muskegon Heights, Mich. (Muskegon) 63 Chris Sparrow OG 6-2 295 Jr./Jr. Scotts, Mich. (Vicksburg)51 Steve Spence LB 6-2 225 Sr./Sr. Norfolk, Va. (Norfolk-Maury)86 Ryan Summers WR 5-10 175 So./Fr. Columbus, Ohio (Olentangy) 7 Cory Sykes *** RB 5-7 160 Sr./Sr. Harvey, Ill. (Thornton) 85 Jack Tomlinson * WR 5-9 160 So./So. Westerville, Ohio (South) 50 Trent Toothman LB 6-0 235 Fr./Fr. Salem, Ohio (Salem) 30 J.C. Wade S 6-1 180 So./Fr. Madisonville, Ky. (North Hopkins) 10 Keith Wenning * QB 6-4 220 So./So. Coldwater, Ohio (Coldwater) 6 Toney Williams RB 6-0 220 Jr./Jr. Alpharetta, Ga. (Milton)32 Lorren Womack * LB 6-0 214 5th/Sr. Huber Heights, Ohio (Wayne)

    No. Name (* Letters)47 Tony Martin **48 Justin Cruz *49 Joseph Fazio50 Trent Toothman51 Steve Spence52 Nick Miles53 Ben Ingle 54 Jerrod Gray **56 Anthony Kukwa57 Garrett Mack 61 Taylor Hoke63 Chris Sparrow64 David Raffin65 Jalen Schlachter66 Kreg Hunter *** 58 Kenneth Lee70 Jordan Hansel *71 Bryan Ford72 Cameron Lowry **73 Dan Manick **74 Tyler Rayburn75 Matthew Page *76 Rayondon Kennedy77 Austin Holtz **78 Kevin Gall ** 79 Kitt OBrien **80 Chris Shillings81 Connor Ryan *82 Shane Belle 83 Trey Gardner84 Derek Orr85 Jack Tomlinson *86 Ryan Summers87 Jacolby Owens88 Zane Fakes **89 David Schneider *90 Harold Hogue *91 Chris Hinton92 Nathan Ollie *93 Joel Cox *95 Matt Fox97 Donovan Jarrett **98 Ian Anderson99 Adam Morris **

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  • The Last Time It HappenedScored over 50 points:BSU: 10-8-05 -- Ball State 60, Western Michigan 57 (5 OT) In Regulation: 10-7-06 -- Ball State 55, Buffalo 25OPP: 11-2-10 -- Northern Illinois 59, Ball State 21

    Held Scoreless in a game:BSU: 9-25-10 -- Iowa 45, Ball State 0OPP: 10-4-08 -- Ball State 31, Toledo 0

    Held under 100 yards rushing in a game:BSU: 9-10-11 -- Ball State (77) at South FloridaOPP: 11-12-10 -- Buffalo (88)

    Held under 100 yards passing in a game:BSU: 9-25-10 -- at Iowa (56)OPP: 11-12-10 -- Buffalo (56)

    Held under 200 yards total offense:BSU: 9-25-10 -- at Iowa (112)OPP: 10-4-08 -- Toledo (157)

    A player rushed for over 200 yards in a game:BSU: 10-24-09 -- MiQuale Lewis (301) & Cory Sykes (203) at EMUOPP: 10-16-10 -- Alex Gillett, Eastern Michigan (209)

    A QB rushed for over 100 yards in a game:BSU: 10-28-00 -- Talmadge Hill vs. Central Michigan (101)OPP: 8-31-06 -- Tyler Jones, Eastern Michigan (191)

    An individual passed for over 300 yards:BSU: 12-5-08 -- Nate Davis vs. Buffalo (351)OPP: 9-10-11 -- B.J. Daniels, South Florida (359

    An individual scored four or more TDs in a game:BSU: 9-20-08 -- MiQuale Lewis (4), at IndianaOPP: 10-16-10 -- Alex Gillett, Eastern Michigan (5)

    Had a field goal blocked:BSU: 9-18-10 -- at PurdueOPP: 9-10-11 -- South Florida

    Had a punt blocked:BSU: 11-20-10 -- at Northern IllinoisOPP: 10-24-09 -- at Eastern Michigan (Robert Eddins)

    Returned a interception for a TD:BSU: 9-11-10 -- Charlie Todd (36 yards) vs. LibertyOPP: 10-30-10 -- Dorian Wood (61 yards), Kent State

    Returned a punt for a TD:BSU: 11-24-09 -- Charlie Todd vs. Western Illinois (87 yards)OPP: 11-20-10 -- Northern Illinois

    Returned a kickoff for a TD:BSU: 10-16-10 -- Eric Williams vs. Eastern Michigan (92 yards)OPP: 9-9-06 -- Marcus Thigpen, Indiana (100 yards)

    Game with Back-to-Back Kicks Returned for Touchdowns:10-22-05 -- Ball State at Ohio (BSUs Dante Love/OUs Scott Mayle)

    Returned a punt for a TD and a kickoff for a TD in the same season:BSU: 2005, Dante Love, 94 yard KOR vs. Ohio, 10-22-05, and B.J. Hill, 54 yard PR vs. Akron, 11-5-05

    Recorded a safety:BSU: 10-24-09 -- Team at Eastern MichiganOPP: 11-12-09 -- Northen Illinois

    Defensive Extra Point:OPP: 10-8-05 -- Western Michigan

    Largest Comebacks in School History . . . 27 pts. BSU 31, Toledo 30 Oct. 9, 1993 at BSU -- BSU was behind 30-3In Ball States 1993 Homecoming game vs. Toledo, the Cardinals fell behind 16-3 at the half, and Toledo scored two third-quarter touchdowns to take a 30-3 lead with 4:10 remaining in the third stanza. Ball States rally began with 2:24 left in the third quarter on a 22-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Mike Neu to receiver Brian Oliver. A Tony Nibbs two-point conversion run made the score 30-11 and that was all the scoring in the third stanza. BSU started its fourth-quarter scoring with a Neu to Oliver 98-yard TD pass with 11:02 left in the game. The Matt Swart extra point kick was good and closed the gap to 30-18. With 2:40 left in the contest, Neu completed a 15-yard scoring strike to receiver Kyle Robinson. Followed by Swarts extra point kick, the Cardinals were down 30-24. Ball States final score came on a Neu to Erin McCray 6-yard pass as time expired in the game. Swarts extra point kick with no time left on the clock gave the Cardinals a 31-30 win.

    22 pts. BSU 26, Eastern Michigan 25 Nov. 12, 2005 at EMU -- BSU was behind 22-020 pts. BSU 24, Central Michigan 23 Oct. 24, 1992 at BSU -- BSU was behind 20-017 pts. BSU 30, Ohio 27 (OT) Oct. 12, 1996 at BSU -- BSU was behind 17-017 pts. BSU 37, Central Michigan 34 Oct. 18, 1997 at BSU -- BSU was behind 34-1716 pts. BSU 30, DePauw 24 Oct. 17, 1959 at Ball State15 pts. BSU 42, St. Josephs 19 Nov. 6, 1965 at Ball State15 pts. BSU 26, Indiana State 24 Oct. 28, 1967 at Indiana State

    The National Rankings

    The last time Ball State played a top-25 team:9-10-11 -- South Florida 37, Ball State 7 USF entered the game ranked 22nd by USA Today

    The last time Ball State defeated a top-25 team:10-20-01 -- Ball State 24, Toledo 20 Toledo entered the game ranked 23rd by ESPN/USA Today and 25th by The Associated Press

    The last time Ball State hosted a top-25 team:11-22-03 -- vs. Bowling Green (BG 41-14) Bowling Green entered the game ranked #22 by AP and #25 by ESPN/USA Today

    The last time Ball State played a top-25 team on the road:9-10-11 -- South Florida 37, Ball State 7 USF entered the game ranked 22nd by USA Today

    The highest ranked team Ball State has ever played:11-4-06 -- at Michigan (UM 34-26) Entered Game ranked #2 by AP and #2 by USA Today

    The last time Ball State was ranked:12-7-08 -- Ranked 22nd in BCS Standings and by USA Today, and ranked 23rd in Associated Press Poll

    Highest Ball State has ever been ranked:11-3-08 -- Ranked 12th in BCS Standings and by AP, and 13th by USA Today

    Most consecutive weeks Ball State has ever been ranked:10-5-08 to 12-7-08 -- Ball State ranked nine straight weeks

  • Game-by-Game Starting Lineups

    Offense IU USFQT Holtz Holtz

    QG OBrien OBrien

    C Hunter Hunter

    SG Hansel Hansel

    ST Manick Manick

    TE/F Fakes Fakes

    QB Wenning Wenning

    RB Scott Scott

    WR-X Tomlinson Tomlinson

    WR-Z Orsbon Orsbon

    WR-W Gibson Gibson

    Defense IU USFRE Hartke Hartke

    DT Ollie Ollie

    NT Adam Morris Adam Morris

    DE Puthoff Puthoff

    WLB Martin Martin

    MLB Freeman Freeman

    SLB Aaron Morris Aaron Morris

    BC Garrett Garrett

    FS K. Hoke Howard

    SS Baker Baker

    FC Pinkston Pinkston2011 Individual Player Rankings

    MAC Top 10; NCAA Top 50

    Sean Baker:Tackles: 45t in NCAA; 2t in MAC

    Travis Freeman:Tackles: 7t in MAC

    Joshua Howard:Interceptions/GM: 32t in NCAA; 6t in MAC

    Scott Kovanda:Punting: 26th in NCAA; 4th in MAC

    Aaron Morris:Tackles: 7t in MAC

    Nathan Ollie:Sacks/Game: 16t in NCAA; 2t in MACTFL: 10t in MAC

    Briggs Orsbon:KR: 10th in MAC

    Jason Pinkston:Interceptions/GM: 32t in NCAA; 6t in MAC

    Steven Schott:FGs/Game: 40t in NCAA; 3t in MAC

    Keith Wenning:Pass Eff.: 8th in MACTotal Offense: 5th in MAC

    2011 Statistics

    Ball St. (1 - 1 - 0)Thru: 09/10/2011 - Week 2

    2011 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS 1-1 L-1

    Mid-American Conference Record: 0-0

    Sat 09/03/2011 INDIANA * ^ 27 - 20 W

    Sat 09/10/2011 @ South Fla. 7 - 37 L

    Sat 09/17/2011 BUFFALO *

    Sat 09/24/2011 ARMY

    Sat 10/01/2011 @ Oklahoma *

    Sat 10/08/2011 TEMPLE

    Sat 10/15/2011 @ Ohio

    Sat 10/22/2011 CENTRAL MICH.

    Sat 10/29/2011 @ Western Mich.

    Sat 11/05/2011 @ Eastern Mich.

    Tue 11/15/2011 @ Northern Ill. *

    Fri 11/25/2011 TOLEDO

    HOME GAME IN CAPS * Night Game ^ Neutral Site

    OT Overtime Game

    TEAM RANKINGS120 teams ranked in Football Bowl Subdivision

    13 teams ranked in the Mid-American Conference

    Category NationalRank ActualNationalLeader Actual

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    Rushing Offense 71 143.50 Navy 400.50 9 Eastern Mich. 331.00

    Passing Offense 100 160.50 Houston 436.50 10 Toledo 298.00

    Total Offense 99 304.00 Oklahoma 663.00 10 Bowling Green 525.00

    Scoring Offense T-104 17.00 Washington St. 61.50 9 Northern Ill. 45.50

    Rushing Defense T-55 125.00 Kansas St. 10.00 5 Eastern Mich. 41.50

    Pass Efficiency Defense 78 131.34 Western Mich. 55.20 11 Western Mich. 55.20

    Total Defense 103 447.00 Kansas St. 129.00 11 Western Mich. 185.00

    Scoring Defense 79 28.50 UCF 1.50 10 Temple 5.00

    Net Punting 24 41.58 Houston 50.80 3 Bowling Green 44.00

    Punt Returns 104 .00 Louisiana Tech 52.00 13 Toledo 21.25

    Kickoff Returns 87 19.55 Nebraska 42.20 9 Western Mich. 41.50

    Turnover Margin T-75 -.50 Rutgers 4.00 8 Temple 2.50

    Pass Defense 114 322.00 Western Mich. 60.00 13 Western Mich. 60.00

    Passing Efficiency 69 125.84 Georgia Tech 315.92 6 Northern Ill. 189.56

    Sacks T-37 2.50 Texas A&M 8.00 4 Temple 5.50

    Tackles For Loss T-40 7.00 Eastern Mich. 12.00 8 Eastern Mich. 12.00

    Sacks Allowed T-51 1.50 North Carolina .00 4 Central Mich. .50T=tied at this ranking

    PLAYER RANKINGSPlayer must have played in 75% of team's games

    Summary of the top 100 national leaders and top 25 conference leaders15 categories ranked

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    Rushing Edwards 62.50 Graham (Pittsburgh) 161.00 14 Pierce (Temple) 148.50

    Scott 43.00 20

    Keith Wenning 30.50 24

    Passing Efficiency (Min. 15 Att./Game) Keith Wenning 69 125.88 Griffin III (Baylor) 250.58 8 Harnish (Northern Ill.) 197.96

    Total Offense Keith Wenning 83 191.00 Robinson (Michigan) 446.00 5 Harnish (Northern Ill.) 339.50

    Receptions Per Game Torieal Gibson T-97 4.50 Broyles (Oklahoma) 14.00 T-11 Page (Toledo) 8.50

    Jack Tomlinson T-97 4.50 T-11

    Briggs Orsbon 4.00 T-15

    Jamill Smith 3.50 T-20

    Receiving Yards Per Game Torieal Gibson 39.00 Moore (Texas Tech) 221.00 20 Cooper (Bowling Green) 122.00

    Interceptions Joshua Howard T-32 .50 Malone (Kansas St.) 2.00 T-6 Pleasant (Kent St.) 1.00

    Jason Pinkston T-32 .50 T-6

    Punting (Min. 3.6 Punts/Game) Scott Kovanda 26 42.55 Maher (Nebraska) 51.33 4 Schmiedebusch (Bowling Green) 50.44

    Punt Returns (Min. 1.2 Ret./Game) Scott (Ole Miss) 35.67 Brown (Temple) 19.33

    Kickoff Returns (Min. 1.2 Ret./Game) Briggs Orsbon 89 19.90 Austin (West Virginia) 48.00 10 Wallace (Western Mich.) 41.50

    Field Goals Steven Schott T-40 1.00 Randolph (Virginia) 4.00 T-3 Weller (Ohio) 1.50

    Scoring Whaley (Oklahoma) 24.00 Cooper (Bowling Green) 18.00

    All-Purpose Runners Briggs Orsbon T-82 126.00 Chancellor (North Texas) 297.00 11 Page (Toledo) 189.00

    Sacks Nathan Ollie T-16 1.25 Jerod-Eddie (Texas A&M) 3.00 T-2 Bishop (Western Mich.) 1.50

    Aaron Morris .50 T-16

    Adam Morris .50 T-16

    Tackles Sean Baker T-45 9.50 Kuechly (Boston College) 17.50 T-2 Wagner (Akron) 11.00

    Aaron Morris T-80 8.50 T-7

    Travis Freeman T-80 8.50 T-7

    Jeffrey Garrett 6.50 T-24

    Tackles For Loss Nathan Ollie T-51 1.50 Ware (UAB) 4.00 T-10 Mack (Buffalo) 2.75

    Aaron Morris T-89 1.25 T-18

    Adam Morris 1.00 T-25 T=tied at this ranking

    THE SERIESvs. BUFFALO

    (Ball State leads 7-1)

    9/13/69 Ball State 10-7 at BSU

    9/12/70 Ball State 14-7 at UB

    10/21/00 Ball State 44-35 at UB

    11/23/02 Ball State 41-21 at BSU

    10/7/06 Ball State 55-25 at UB

    9/29/07 Ball State 49-14 at BSU

    12/5/08 Buffalo 42-24 (N)

    11/12/10 Ball State 20-3 at Buffalo

    Games at BSU: BSU leads 3-0

    Games at UB: BSU leads 4-0

    Games at Neutral site: Buffalo 1-0

    Streak: BSU has won 6 of last 7

  • 2011 Statistics 2011 Ball State Football Ball State Combined Team Statistics (as of Sep 11, 2011) All games

    RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES........... (1-1-0) (0-0-0) (0-1-0) (1-0-0) CONFERENCE.......... (0-0-0) (0-0-0) (0-0-0) (0-0-0) NON-CONFERENCE...... (1-1-0) (0-0-0) (0-1-0) (1-0-0)

    DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATTEND TEAM STATISTICS BSU OPP ------------ ------------------------ --- ----- ------ --------------------------------------------------- Sep 03, 2011 vs Indiana W 27-20 40224 FIRST DOWNS.............. 36 51 Sep 10, 2011 at #22 USF L 7-37 45113 Rushing................ 16 18 Passing................ 18 32 RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Penalty................ 2 1 ----------------------------------------------------------- RUSHING YARDAGE.......... 287 250 EDWARDS, Jahwan 2 23 126 1 125 5.4 1 17 62.5 Rushing Attempts....... 79 70 SCOTT, B. 2 27 89 3 86 3.2 0 17 43.0 Average Per Rush....... 3.6 3.6 WENNING, Keith 2 15 78 17 61 4.1 1 20 30.5 Average Per Game....... 143.5 125.0 DONNIGAN, D. 1 9 14 2 12 1.3 0 6 12.0 TDs Rushing............ 2 3 RYAN, Connor 2 1 6 0 6 6.0 0 6 3.0 PASSING YARDAGE.......... 321 644 SMITH, Jamill 2 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 1 0.5 Comp-Att-Int........... 47-64-0 51-82-2 TEAM 1 3 0 4 -4 -1.3 0 0 -4.0 Average Per Pass....... 5.0 7.9 Total.......... 2 79 314 27 287 3.6 2 20 143.5 Average Per Catch...... 6.8 12.6 Opponents...... 2 70 304 54 250 3.6 3 31 125.0 Average Per Game....... 160.5 322.0 TDs Passing............ 2 2 PASSING GP Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G TOTAL OFFENSE............ 608 894 --------------------------------------------------------------- Average Per Play....... 4.3 5.9 WENNING, Keith 2 125.88 47-64-0 73.4 321 2 25 160.5 Average Per Game....... 304.0 447.0 Total.......... 2 125.88 47-64-0 73.4 321 2 25 160.5 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards.... 11-215 7-119 Opponents...... 2 131.34 51-82-2 62.2 644 2 65 322.0 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards.... 0-0 4--6 INT RETURNS: #-Yards..... 2-0 0-0 RECEIVING GP No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G FUMBLES-LOST............. 4-3 0-0 ------------------------------------------------- PENALTIES-Yards.......... 6-59 6-82 GIBSON, Torieal 2 9 78 8.7 0 22 39.0 PUNTS-AVG................ 12-42.8 8-41.4 TOMLINSON, Jack 2 9 54 6.0 0 16 27.0 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game.. 34:20 25:40 ORSBON, Briggs 2 8 53 6.6 0 11 26.5 3RD-DOWN Conversions..... 13/30 13/30 SMITH, Jamill 2 7 37 5.3 0 9 18.5 4TH-DOWN Conversions..... 1/2 1/2 FAKES, Zane 2 4 18 4.5 0 6 9.0 RYAN, Connor 2 3 45 15.0 1 25 22.5 INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long SCOTT, B. 2 3 13 4.3 1 12 6.5 --------------------------------------- EDWARDS, Jahwan 2 2 8 4.0 0 11 4.0 PINKSTON, Jason 1 0 0.0 0 0 DONNIGAN, D. 1 1 9 9.0 0 9 9.0 HOWARD, Josh 1 0 0.0 0 0 SNEAD, Willie 2 1 6 6.0 0 6 3.0 Total.......... 2 0 0.0 0 0 Total.......... 2 47 321 6.8 2 25 160.5 Opponents...... 0 0 0.0 0 0 Opponents...... 2 51 644 12.6 2 65 322.0 PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------- KOVANDA, Scott 11 468 42.5 57 1 2 2 0 SCHOTT, Steven 2-2 100.0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 38 0 SECOR, Scott 1 45 45.0 45 0 0 0 0 Total.......... 12 513 42.8 57 1 2 2 0 |------- PATs -------| Opponents...... 8 331 41.4 56 1 6 4 0 SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points --------------------------------------------------------------- PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long SCHOTT, Steven 0 2-2 4-4 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 10 --------------------------------------- WENNING, Keith 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Total.......... 0 0 0.0 0 0 RYAN, Connor 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Opponents...... 4 -6 -1.5 0 2 EDWARDS, Jahwan 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 SCOTT, B. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Total.......... 4 2-2 4-4 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 34 --------------------------------------- Opponents...... 6 5-7 6-6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 57 ORSBON, Briggs 10 199 19.9 0 27 DUDLEY, Phil 1 16 16.0 0 16 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Total.......... 11 215 19.5 0 27 -------------------- --- --- --- --- --- Opponents...... 7 119 17.0 0 29 Ball State.......... 0 14 10 10 - 34 Opponents........... 17 30 7 3 - 57 ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G ------------------------------------------------------ TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G ORSBON, Briggs 2 0 53 0 199 0 252 126.0 ---------------------------------------------- EDWARDS, Jahwan 2 125 8 0 0 0 133 66.5 WENNING, Keith 2 79 61 321 382 191.0 SCOTT, B. 2 86 13 0 0 0 99 49.5 EDWARDS, Jahwan 2 23 125 0 125 62.5 GIBSON, Torieal 2 0 78 0 0 0 78 39.0 SCOTT, B. 2 27 86 0 86 43.0 WENNING, Keith 2 61 0 0 0 0 61 30.5 DONNIGAN, D. 1 9 12 0 12 12.0 TOMLINSON, Jack 2 0 54 0 0 0 54 27.0 RYAN, Connor 2 1 6 0 6 3.0 RYAN, Connor 2 6 45 0 0 0 51 25.5 SMITH, Jamill 2 1 1 0 1 0.5 SMITH, Jamill 2 1 37 0 0 0 38 19.0 TEAM 1 3 -4 0 -4 -4.0 DONNIGAN, D. 1 12 9 0 0 0 21 21.0 Total.......... 2 143 287 321 608 304.0 FAKES, Zane 2 0 18 0 0 0 18 9.0 Opponents...... 2 152 250 644 894 447.0 DUDLEY, Phil 1 0 0 0 16 0 16 16.0 SNEAD, Willie 2 0 6 0 0 0 6 3.0 TEAM 1 -4 0 0 0 0 -4 -4.0 Total.......... 2 287 321 0 215 0 823 411.5 Opponents...... 2 250 644 -6 119 0 1007 503.5

  • 2011 Statistics 2011 Ball State Football Ball State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 11, 2011) All games

    |--------Tackles--------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 25 BAKER, Sean 2 9 10 19 0.5-0 . . 1 1 . . . . 15 MORRIS, Aaron 2 6 11 17 2.5-8 1.0-6 . 2 . . . . . 8 FREEMAN, Travis 2 8 9 17 1.5-23 0.5-1 . . . . . . . 24 GARRETT, J. 2 6 7 13 . . . 1 . . . . . 20 HOWARD, Josh 2 5 6 11 . . 1-0 . . . . . . 47 MARTIN, Tony 2 4 7 11 1.0-2 . . 1 . . . . . 6 PINKSTON, Jason 2 8 1 9 . . 1-0 1 . . . . . 44 HARTKE, Ryan 2 4 4 8 1.5-1 . . . . . . . . 92 OLLIE, Nathan 2 3 4 7 3.0-15 2.5-14 . . . . . . . 22 COOPER, Quinton 2 3 3 6 1.0-1 . . 1 . . . . . 23 HOKE, Kyle 2 1 4 5 . . . . . . . . . 48 CRUZ, Justin 1 3 2 5 1.0-2 . . . . . . . . 41 PUTHOFF, Andy 2 1 4 5 . . . . . . . . . 13 DEHANEY, Armand 2 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . . 99 MORRIS, Adam 2 2 2 4 2.0-3 1.0-1 . . . . . . . 49 FAZIO, Joseph 2 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 28 DAWSON, Andre 2 2 1 3 . . . 1 . . . . . 51 SPENCE, Steve 2 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . 52 MILES, Nick 1 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 26 BAILEY, Avery 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 14 SCHOTT, Steven 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 31 SECOR, Scott 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 81 RYAN, Connor 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 97 JARRETT, D. 2 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 37 CALLOWAY, Chris 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 29 JONES, Brian 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 32 WOMACK, Lorren 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 93 COX, Joel 2 . 1 1 . . . . . . . 1 . Total.......... 2 77 84 161 14-55 5-22 2-0 8 1 . . 1 . Opponents...... 2 - - - - 3-17 . 5 1 3-17 4 . .

  • 2011 Ball State Football Ball State Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Sep 11, 2011) All games

    --------FIRST DOWNS--------- ----RUSHING---- ----------PASSING---------- --TOTAL OFFENSE-- Return Turn-Opponent Score Total Rush Pass Pen Number-Yards Comp-Att-Int Yards Plays-Yards Yards Overs-------- ----- --/-- --/-- --/-- --/-- -------/------- --------/-------- --/-- ------- / ------- --/-- --/--Indiana............. 27-20 24/18 10/6 13/11 1/1 46-210 / 32-103 23-29- 0 / 20-32- 0 173/272 75-383 / 64-375 92/90 0/0USF................. 7-37 12/33 6/12 5/21 1/0 33-77 / 38-147 24-35- 0 / 31-50- 2 148/372 68-225 / 88-519 123/40 3/2

    Totals.............. 34-57 36/51 16/18 18/32 2/1 79-287 / 70-250 47-64- 0 / 51-82- 2 321/644 143-608 / 152-894 215/130 3/2

    Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

    3rd Down 4th Down Time of TOP Avg Avg Avg Punting ----PENALTIES----Opponent Conversions Conversions Possession Margin Yds/Rush Yds/Pass Yds/Play Number-Avg No-Yds / No-Yds-------- -------/------- -------/------- ------/------ ------- ----/---- ----/---- ----/---- --------/-------- --------/--------Indiana............. 10-14 / 8-16 0-0 / 1-2 36:33/ 23:27 13:06 4.6/3.2 6.0/8.5 5.1/5.9 3-44.3 / 4-37.0 5-54 / 3-44USF................. 3-16 / 5-14 1-2 / 0-0 32:06/ 27:54 4:12 2.3/3.9 4.2/7.4 3.3/5.9 9-42.2 / 4-45.8 1-5 / 3-38

    Totals.............. 13-30 / 13-30 1-2 / 1-2 68:39/ 51:21 17:18 3.6/3.6 5.0/7.9 4.3/5.9 12-42.8 / 8-41.4 6-59 / 6-82

    Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

    2011 Statistics