Cardinals honored by Indiana General Assembly

The Indiana General Assembly honored Ball State University's football team today for its 2008 season. The team went 12-0 in the regular season, marking the third undefeated regular season in Ball State's 84-year history and setting a school record for most wins in a single season.
March 5, 2009

Ball State's Davis to go pro

Nate Davis (Bellaire, Ohio/Bellaire H.S.), a junior quarterback on the 2008 Ball State University football team, has announced he will leave school early and declare himself eligible for the 2009 National Football League Draft, according to Ball State head football coach Stan Parrish.
January 14, 2009

Love has number retired at high school

Dante Love (Cincinnati, Ohio/Withrow H.S.), a senior wide receiver on the Ball State University football team in 2008, had his football jersey retired at Withrow High School at Friday's (Jan. 9) boys basketball game vs. Taft at 7:30 p.m.
January 10, 2009

Ball State's Love addresses media

Ball State WR Dante Love, who was seriously injured earlier this season in the Cardinals win over Indiana. Spoke to the media for the first time since the cervical spinal cord injury.
November 5, 2008

Highlights From The Cards' Homecoming Victory

The fightin' Cards picked up yet another impressive victory against conference opponent Kent State Saturday.The game was clearly BSU's for the taking from the opening kickoff.It was evident that this was a much needed morale booster for a team that had one of it's best players in their hearts and minds.You could feel the Love everywhere,and I think its correct to say,This win was for Dante.
September 29, 2008

Love Expected to Recover, But Career Is Over

Bloomington – Ball State wide receiver Dante Love is expected to recover from the spinal injuries he suffered against IU this weekend, but his playing career is likely over.
September 22, 2008

NFL Draft Watch: Show Some Love

Get the latest news on some of the emerging stars and players that are eligible for the 2009 draft. Some of the players are solidifying their status, while others are falling. Scout.com's NFL Draft Analyst Chris Steuber profiles prospects who may interest your favorite team.
September 22, 2008