How humble is the life of a holder on a college football team? By college football’s participation rules, the holder is not considered to have played in an official game if the holder doesn’t do anything other than hold the ball. This according to Indiana State sports information.So with 4:35 left in the second quarter, Jeremy Patterson had not yet officially played a college football game, even though he’s been the holder throughout the season.
Two losses decided by the last play of the game in three games would typically be enough to rattle any team. That’s the reality that Indiana State’s football team is dealing with after a 42-41 loss at Liberty on Saturday.Jerry Nunez’s chip shot field goal attempt that was blocked by Liberty’s Corbin Jackson on the final play of the game sealed ISU fate against the 19th-ranked Flames.
West Des Moines, Iowa native Blake Brinkmeyer had an epiphany during his official visit to Indiana State this weekend.He was sitting in the Sycamore locker room when it dawned on him that he wanted to be a Sycamore.“I was in the locker room and we were talking about the program and it just hit me. I knew this was it. That this was where I wanted to be. I knew right before I went to bed [Saturday night], I’d be making that call,” Brinkmeyer said.
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