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Lembo Newsletter & Lynch Q&A

The Lembo Newsletter is Coming to Your Inbox

Despite the fact that it’s the long cold winter part of the offseason between the signing day festivities and the beginning of spring practice, news and things of note out of Muncie has been coming at a fever pitch the last few days with some quite cool nuggets for fans to peruse.

First and foremost is the ability for fans to sign up for the Pete Lembo newsletter. Ball State is billing it as your opportunity to hear directly from Coach Lembo about the goings on in the program and all that jazz. Now do I expect something Earth shaking to be revealed in said newsletter when it begins to be electronically circulated? No. However, it’s just another example of Coach Lembo pushing this Cardinals program in a new direction, a direction that acknowledges and appreciates the fanbase and hopefully keeps them enthused as the season wears on. To sign up for the Lembo updates, you can click here and provide your email address. Color me impressed again with the BSU football program and their new direction under Lembo.

The second little nugget is a continuation of the coach Q&A’s we’ve begun to see this offseason. This current edition features former Cardinal player and current Cardinal coach Joey Lynch. It’s not a secret to anyone even moderately familiar in BSU fandom that the Lynch ties to BSU run quite deep. You can read Joey’s responses here. Interesting nuggets in his responses about the tempo of the team for fall (no huddle) and the players he expects to shine (David Schneider and Zane Fakes). Definitely worth a read.

Only a few more weeks to spring ball! Go Cards!

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