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Ball State Wants to Drop Hawks Off 2010 Schedule

September 16, 2009

Written by Jon Miller

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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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