MUNCIE, Ind. — Ever since Tahjai Teague’s time playing for BSU men’s basketball ended in 2020, he’s been working out and trying to stay in shape for whatever opportunity may come next.
Teague, whose career at BSU ended prematurely due to the pandemic, feels sad about not being able to play in the Mid-American Conference tournament in his final season. He thought his team could make a run, and potentially reach the NCAA tournament. Seeded third in that tournament, Teague and his teammates were in a better position than any other team head coach James Whitford has had with the Cardinals.