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Ball State Wants to Drop Hawks Off 2010 Schedule

September 16, 2009

Written by Jon Miller

According to Adam Rittenberg of ESPN, Ball State wants to drop its game against Iowa next year.

This will leave Iowa in a bit of a lurch to find an opponent at this late date.  Iowa has Eastern Illinois & Iowa State at home next year, plus a trip to Arizona.  The game against Ball State was to have been played on September 26th, and Iowa has a bye date on October 9th.

That does give them some flexibility in finding a new opponent, having two dates to choose from.

It will likely be a home game against a non-BCS conference school, but given this late date, Iowa could also schedule a D1-AA FCS level opponent as well.

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I’d rather not see that team be UNI just yet…that was a close call back on September 5th.

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PS:  Iowa State plays UNI six times over the course of the next eight years.  How many of those does UNI win?  Any?

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