Congratulations to Markus Burden, an incoming freshman at Ball State. For hitting this half-court shot at the university's "Welcome Week," Burden wins a semester of out-of-state tuition, roughly $11,000.
It was so brief, we weren't sure we had seen it correctly, but reader Todd sent in the video: UCF's dance team seems to be organized around, if not led by, an extremely tall, enthusiastic and graceful male dance teamer. We like his style. We like his passion. We like his pom-poms, and the fact that he isn't afraid…
A serial bike-mounted butt-slapper has been terrorizing Ball State's campus. Dangerous sexual predator, or harmless fun? The student body is torn.
Ball State head coach Brady Hoke is heading to San Diego State. Hmm ... San Diego or Muncie? Gee, that's a tough call. Triple the salary? What a dilemma! [Midwest Sports Fans]
This is pretty much the only way Ford Field gets to host a championship football game. The Chirpin' Birds of Ball State will try to stay undefeated — again — against the blue-colored Bulls of the University At Buffalo. The winner gets to move on to play an important bowl game ... in the SAME FOOTBALL STADIUM! Against…
It can't be easy to promote the International Bowl in Toronto. It's Rutgers vs. Ball State, smack in the middle of a bunch of bowls that actually, you know, matter. (Well, kind of.) How do you sell it? How do you make people want to watch?
Try as they might, John Thompson and David Falk can't get anyone to call Ball State racists. [The Big Lead]
If you've ever wondered what happened to the people who star in those internet videos that make you laugh, the answer appears to be, well, nothing good. Brian Collins, he of "Boom Goes The Dynamite" fame, talks about his experience here.
Yes, yes, we know this is old — seven months old, in fact — but we only recently saw it, it's a slow holiday weekday and, besides, it's tremendously, brain-hurting funny.