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Chris Miller heading into rSr season: 2007: P 61-2772-45.4, 10 TB, 6 FC, 23 in 20, 1 blocked...2007 American Football Coaches Association All-America First Team, 1st team All-MAC. Played in all 13 games to earn third letter . . . ranked third in the country in punting average . . . one of 10 semifinalists for the Ray Guy Award, which goes to the nation's most outstanding punter . . . pinned opponents inside the 20-yard line 23 times, forced six fair catches and 10 touchbacks...2006: P 57-2637-46.3, 10 TB, 6 FC, 20 in 20, 1 blocked; Played in all 12 games to earn second letter . . . ranked second in the country and led the Mid-American Conference in punting average . . . helped Ball State rank seventh in the nation in net punting with a 38.28 mark . . . his 2,637 punt yards ranked as the 10th highest single-season toal in Ball State history, while his 46.3 yard average was the second best in Ball State annals, behind only Brad Maynard's 46.5 mark . . . only the second Ball State football player ever selected to a Playboy Magazine Preseason All-America Team . . . of his 57 punts, 20 were placed inside the opponent's 20-yard line, 10 were touchbacks and six were fair catches . . . 2005: P 68-2977-43.8, 7 TB, 13 FC, 20 in 20, 2 blocked; Played in all 11 games to earn first letter . . . All-Mid-American Conference First Team after ranking first in the MAC and 12th in the nation with a 43.78 yards-per-punt average . . . placed 20 punts inside the opponent's 20-yard line . . . 2004: Redshirted as a walk-on . . . father played football at Augustana College and served as a team captain . . . owns a 3.38 cumulative grade-point average on Ball State's 4.0 scale . . . managed a 3.6 GPA last spring.
*Nate Davis heading into Jr season: 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rush: 78-237-3-5; Pass: 479-270-56.4-3667-30-6; Rec: 1-9-9-0; 1 Sol-1 TT; First team All-MAC. Started all 13 games at quarterback to earn second letter... set the Ball State single-season record with 3,667 passing yards... 2006: 12 GP; 7 GS; Rush: 29-(-48)-(-1.7)-0; Pass: 245-150-61.2-1975-18-8; Played in all 12 games and started seven games at quarterback as a true freshman to earn first letter... tied the Ball State single-season record with 18 touchdown passes... one brother, Jose Davis, who played football at Kent State, and is now a member of the Arena Football League's Kansas City Brigade... played football at the same high school as National Football League veteran Joey Galloway.
Robert Brewster heading into Sr season: 2007: First team All-MAC. Started all 13 games at right tackle to earn third letter . . . Anchored an offensive line that protected quarterback Nate Davis and allowed him to set a Ball State single-season record with 30 touchdown passes plus throw for a school record 3,667 yards . . . Part of a unit that blocked for nearly 2,000 yards rushing and a school record 5,640 yards in total offense...2006: Started all 12 games at right tackle to earn second letter . . . blocked for an offense which threw for a school record 3,112 yards plus completed a school record 232 passes and 27 touchdown passes...2005: Played in all 11 games to earn first letter . . . started the first four games at right tackle and the final seven outings at right guard . . . blocked for an offense which tallied 2,079 passing yards -- the eighth-best single-season mark in Ball State history . . . protected Ball State quarterback Joey Lynch, who threw for a school record 18 touchdowns.
Darius Hill heading into rSr season: 2007: 13 GP; 12 GS; Rec: 65-926-14.2-11; First team All-MAC. Started 12 games and played in all 13 to earn third letter . . . Managed a season-high nine catches vs. Rutgers in the International Bowl . . . 2006: 12 GP; 7 GS; Rec: 42-741-17.6-10; Played in all 12 games to earn second letter . . . started seven games . . . recognized by Stewart Mandel in Sports Illustrated as the "Best Player You've Never Heard Of" in his Two-Minute Drill - Sizing Up the First Half of the 2006 Season . . . had 10 touchdown receptions, which tied the Ball State single-season record . . . had four or more catches in seven games . . . has totalled 13 touchdowns on 53 pass receptions in his career . . . led Ball State in TD catches, and ranked second in receiving yards...2005: 11 GP; 3 GS; Rec: 11-136-12.4-3; Played in all 11 games to earn letter.
Robert Eddins heading into rSr season: 2010: All-MAC Second Team...Started all 12 games to earn fourth letter . . . tallied a career high 4.5 sacks at Central Michigan and earned Mid-American Conference West Division Defensive Player of the Week honors for his performance against the Chippewas . . . the 4.5 sacks was the second most in a single game for a Ball State player and ranks behind only the five sacks by Toby Beegle at Central Michigan in 1990 . . . fifth on the team with 63 tackles . . . . season high nine tackles at Toledo . . . received one of Ball State's Strength and Conditioning Cardinal Pride Awards...2009: Started all 12 games to earn third letter . . . career high 10 tackles vs. North Texas . . . led the team in tackles for loss and sacks . . . tied for 23rd in the nation in tackles for loss . . .2008: Played in all 14 games and started 10 contests . . . earned second letter . . . tied for second on the team with four sacks and was sixth for the Cardinals with 6.5 tackles for loss . . .2007: Played in nine games to earn first letter . . .2006: Redshirted.
Andre Ramsey heading into Sr season: 2006: Started all 12 games at left tackle to earn second letter . . . blocked for an offense which threw for a school record 3,112 yards plus completed a school record 232 passes and 27 touchdown passes...2005: Started nine games at left tackle as a true freshman to earn first letter . . . played in 10 games . . . blocked for an offense which tallied 2,079 passing yards -- the eighth-best single-season mark in Ball State history.
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