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Simulation: Cardinals defeat the RedHawks

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Editor’s Note: This is a simulation and doesn’t indicate what the final score will be when the game is played. With it being a simulation, not everyone, who played in this computerized game, may play in the actual game.

In our whatifsports.com simulation, the Ball State Cardinals will defeat the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks, 33-20.

The Cardinals had 419 total yards in 36 minutes and 42 seconds. The RedHawks had 356 total yards in 23 minutes and 18 seconds.

Ball State quarterback Nate Davis went 23-of-33 for 262 yards with three touchdowns.

Nate Davis (Getty Images)

Nate Davis (Getty Images)

MiQuale Lewis had 23 carries for a 107 yards, while Frank Edmonds had 10 carries for 32 yards. Danté Love had seven carries for 18 yards.

Love also had eight receptions for 90 yards and two touchdowns. Louis Johnson had four receptions for 60 yards. Darius Hill had five receptions for 39 yards and Lewis had three receptions for 35 yards.

Joe Everett added two receptions for 22 yards and Edmonds had a catch for 16 yards.

Miami (Ohio) quarterback Dan Raudabaugh went 13-of-27 for a 143 yards.

Brandon Murphy had 16 carries for a 174 yards and a touchdown. Cory Jones had nine carries for 45 yards, while Austin Sykes had two carries for nine yards.

Chris Givens led the RedHawks offense with four receptions for 49 yards. Eugene Harris had two receptions for 40 yards and Sean McVay had four receptions for 24 yards.

Jared Elliott had a reception for 17 yards. Tom Crabtree had a reception for eight yards, while Murphy had a catch for five yards.

The Ball State defense had four sacks. Jacob Jordan, Davyd Jones, Justin Woodard and Gonzalo Barinaga each had one.

The RedHawks defense also had three sacks — and they were by Caleb Bostic, Jordan Stevens and Joey Hudson.

Ian McGarvey had four field goals in the second half. Love also had two touchdowns in the half, as well.

Miami had two rushing touchdowns by Murphy and Sykes. Nathan Parseghian also made a 29-yard field goal.

He also cut the lead to 7-3 when he made a 46 yard field goal in the second quarter. Everett gave the Cardinals an early lead when he scored on a nine-yard touchdown reception from Davis.

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