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One of a Kind: What Bill Simmons Departure from ESPN Means for Sports Media

Well hello again my faithful Chirp City compatriots, I have returned from my hiatus to impart wisdom and mostly just opinion on the cold dark…

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Alumni Blog: Emily Barker

Written By: Emily Barker | @empbarker Producer/Editor for Arkansas Athletics, SEC Network 2014 Ball State Sports Link Alumni This time last year I was sure…

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12 Questions About the Masters From Celebrities

Celebrities chime in on some of the more curious topics coming out of the 2015 Masters. Their questions are met with equally studious answers.

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The Chirpies – LIVE April 13

MUNCIE, Ind. — The Ball State Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and the nation’s first digital sports production program, Ball State Sports Link, have partnered…

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Doc Vander Meer: Carpe Diem

Produced by Allison Wilson and David Prusinski Carpe Diem. Seize the day. Make your lives extraordinary. David Ryan Vander Meer‘s life has been anything but ordinary. His…

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Ball State Sports Link To Assist NCAA Final Four

Ball State Sports Link, the nation’s first fully immersive digital sports production program, will again play a role in one of the largest sporting events…

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The Evolution of One-and-Done, and How it Will Decide the National Champion

By Matt Craig
Many of the contenders for the NCAA Championship rely on teenagers who will never suit up for their school again after next weekend. Take a close look at how this trend started, and why.

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The Tough Side of Sports

As a baseball player, spring break is one of the most enjoyable times of the season. You don’t have to worry about school, you’re in…

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