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We’ve Been Watching Football All Wrong

BY MATT CRAIG | Chirp City Founder and Director of Content In case you’ve been living under a rock, here’s some breaking news: It’s football…

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Cleveland Browns: What’s Their Plan?

BY CLAY ABLES | BALL STATE SPORTS LINK I’m not going to make a Cleveland Browns joke, because at this point it’s past being witty….

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Week One NFL Recap: Road Field Advantage

BY ADRIAN JARDING | BALL STATE SPORTS LINK For nine fan bases in the NFL, the season opener was not a homecoming treat. Nine home loses…

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7.4 Billion People and Nine Can Play Quarterback

BY CLAY ABLES | BALL STATE SPORTS LINK After Labor Day you’re not supposed to wear white. Well about 95% of college and NFL teams…

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Kaepernick: History Supports Protest

BY ADRIAN JARDING | Ball State Sports Link Take a moment to sit back and truly think about what the San Fransisco 49ers quarterback, Colin…

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Aaron Taylor: Rap-letics

Influence from the mainstream media is nothing new in athletics. Today more than ever Hip Hop culture is transcending the lines of the athletic playing fields.

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Building the Monster: Why Colts Nation Should Be Optimistic

By: Adrian Jarding | @swimjarding Member of Ball State Sports Link Think back to 2015 at this time, if you dare. General consensus among the swathes of…

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Saying So Long to the Work Horse

One reality is abundantly clear the older I get following and covering sports media: No matter the legacy, business is — and always will be — the prevailing factor in deciding a player’s career.

Matt Forte is no exception.

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