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It would help if they shot better: Ball State shot 42% from the field. It's going to be tough for the Cardinals, because the frontcourt lacks experience after the departure of its top players, 6'-8' Cameron Echols and 6'-7' Robert Owens. The Ball State Cardinals do have 6'-6' senior Terrance Chapman (8 ppg, 5 rpg) and 6'-3' senior Dennis Trammell (13 ppg, 4 rpg). Their numbers will increase this season.

Guard Peyton Stovall is the third returning starter. Expect to see more play from 6'-5' Mike Bennett and 6'-3' sophomore Skip Mills. Ball State was 10-5 SU/6-7 ATS at home, 4-10 SU/7-6 ATS on the road. They will struggle under the boards against big teams and don't expect Ball State to top the elusive .500 mark.
The Ball State Cardinals are off consecutive seasons of 13-17 and 14-15. They are inching up the ladder and the motto for this season is 'finish the job.' Head Coach Tim Buckley feels that Ball State played in at least seven games during the 2003-04 season, in which they failed to finish the game. 'The thing we have to do better this year is to finish,' Buckley says.