Keith Wenning

Shrine-West All-Stars #10 - Quarterback

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 220

2020 Mid-American Conference Football Season Preview: Ball State Cardinals

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Mike Neu and the boys look to return the Cardinals to a bowl and potentially a MAC title

FIU Football: 2020 Preview - Quarterback

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After two seasons in Miami, James Morgan now resides in New York and Butch Davis is left to decide on a new signal-caller.

FIU Football: How Rich Skrosky’s Offensive Philosophies Produce Pro QB’s & Turned FIU into QBU

FIU is one of four FBS programs to have multiple quarterbacks drafted since 2018.

Indianapolis Colts select Ball State OT Danny Pinter 149th overall in the NFL Draft

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Pinter becomes the first Ball State draft selection since 2014 as he finds a new home in Indianapolis.

2019 MAC Football Week 8 Game Preview: Toledo Rockets at Ball State Cardinals

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The battle for the top of the MAC West features one familiar face and one unlikely visitor.

Drew Plitt: Hustle Belt Player of the Week, 2019 Week 2

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Plitt earned the plurality of the people’s vote with 42 percent after his single-hadded shredding of the Fordham Rams.

2019 Ball State Cardinals State of the Program

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No need to address a joint session of Congress to get down to the meat of this team

14 former MAC players land on AAF rosters

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You might recognize a few of the names which landed on the first-ever AAF rosters from their days in the Rust Belt.

2018 Week 13 MAC Preview: Ball State Cardinals @ Miami (OH) RedHawks

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Bowl eligibility is on the line for one of the teams in this battle of red birds.

FIU 2018 Outlook: Quarterback - Who will replace Alex McGough?

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Christian Alexander leaves fall camp as the QB1. But will James Morgan be under center opening night versus Indiana?

Q&A with Hustle Belt: Bengals QB Logan Woodside could be the NFL’s next Case Keenum

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A MAC football expert thinks Logan Woodside could be the next Case Keenun. Why? Find out here!

Ravens News 5/11: 2017 offense was ‘lucky’, 2014 Draft grades and more

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The luckiest and unluckiest team scorers of 2017 - Daniel Kelley 2017 Baltimore Ravens (395 points scored, 298 expected, +97, second-best in the last five years) Only five teams had fewer yards...