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Ball State Defense rules spring game

Ball State Defense rules spring game

Over the years, Ball State has been known as a program that could put up points and yards. However, they were also known as a team that gave up more of both than they generated.

If Saturday's spring game was any indication, there might be a changing of the guard for the Cardinals. Ball State's No. 1 defense shined throughout Saturday's game, especially defensive end Robert Eddins and middle linebacker Spain Cosby. "The defensive front has been the best part of our team the whole spring," Ball State coach Stan Parrish said. "Robert Eddins has had a sensational spring. We... Recommended Stories

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