Dante Love News Conference Video (11/04/2008)

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Dante Love Fund Established (09/26/2008)

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Ball State to Honor Dante Love at Saturday’s Game and Remainder of Season

MUNCIE, Ind. -- The Ball State University athletics department has put together a variety of ways to honor Dante Love (#86), who suffered a cervical spine fracture and spinal cord injury at last Saturday’s football game at Indiana. >> More from BSU Athletics Communications
Derrick Henry Named MAC West Defensive Player of the Week
MiQuale Lewis Earned MAC West Offensive Player of the Week Honors (09/24/2008)

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MUNCIE, Ind. -- Derrick Henry (Columbus, Ohio/Worthington Kilbourne H.S.), a sophomore defensive back on the Ball State University football team, was named the Mid-American Conference West Division Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in Ball State’s 42-20 win at Indiana last Saturday.
Henry joins MiQuale Lewis (Fort Wayne, Ind./Snider H.S.) as a recipient for a MAC weekly honor.  Lewis was earlier named the MAC West Offensive Player of the Week for his achievements in the Indiana game. >> More from BSU Athletics Communications

Dante Love’s Football Injury at Indiana (09/22/2008)

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Updated Statement Released by Ball State Athletics Monday (9/22/08):
Due to the nature of Dante Love’s injury during Ball State’s football game at Indiana Sept. 20, his football playing career is expected to be over. However, after a rehabilitation period, he is expected to be able to live a normal and healthy life. On behalf of his family, the Ball State family and the Muncie community, we truly appreciate all the thoughts and prayers. We continue to keep Dante Love and his family in all our thoughts as he begins the rehabilitation process. Ball State University would like to publicly thank those who assisted Dante and his family during the emergency, including the Indiana State Police, the IU athletic training and medical staff, Dr. Callahan and Dr. Horner, Indiana University’s game operations and athletic staff and the Bloomington and Methodist Hospital doctors and staff. >> More from BSU Athletics Communications

Ball State Beats Indiana, But Loses Dante Love (09/20/2008)

Game 4 1 2 3 4 Final
14 14 0 14 42
6 14 0 0 20
Ball State: 4-0, (1-0 MAC)
 Indiana: 2-1, (0-0 Big Ten)
Attendance: 41,349
Total Elapsed Time 3:12

Memorial Stadium - Bloomington, Indiana - Saturday -  September 20, 2008 7:00PM

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