Ball State Sports Link, the nation’s first sports media and production program, will premiere its new monthly studio show Sept. 29 at 6:30 p.m. Sports…
You can look at the Women’s Final Four and say it’s chalk, which is 3/4 true. In that though, you’re going to likely have an amazing National Championship for the third consecutive year.
These expected performances and consistent tremendous play are not realistic and no one knows that better than Ball State men’s volleyball player Kaleb Jenness.
Sports Link continues its 11-year partnership with the NCAA Digital and Social team, as 21 NCAA Championships are on tap.
For better or worse, American intercollegiate and professional sports have a culture that transcends the practices of the rest of the country.
In a three-hour, prime-time event, ESPN will use the lens of sports to look back at the events of the past year and look ahead to the future with SportsCenter Presents: 2020 – Heroes, History and Hope.