MUNCIE, Ind. — It’s happened three times now.
Three weeks ago Ball State let a possible upset win against Indiana slip away when the Cardinals failed to capitalize on back-to-back offensive possessions in the third quarter where, if they’d have scored, they’d have had a shot at a late lead. Punts squandered those opportunities and eventually the Hoosiers scored themselves. Last week Ball State let a second-straight win slip away when four turnovers, three fumbles and an interception, allowed Florida Atlantic to build a lead it should never have had.