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Kelly Page | Quarterback

Team: Ball State Cardinals
Ht / Wt:  6'3" / 210

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Ball State coach Pete Lembo told The Ball State Daily News that he hopes to name a starting quarterback (Kelly Page or Keith Wenning) by the end of April.
Lembo told the Daily News that his offense is "a no huddle offense, but not a spread offense" and that "the screen play is an important part of his offensive scheme." The thought of beautiful Ball State screen passes is enough to get this guy on the next bus to Muncie to check them out! Wed, Mar 30, 2011 03:27:00 PM

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Ball State head coach Stan Parrish does not know whether he will field Kelly Page or true freshman Keith Wenning at quarterback when the Cardinals take on Purdue this weekend.  Page was pulled out of the game last week against Liberty, and Wenning played really well in his place.

Whatever player gets the start is not really worth considering in any league. 
Tue, Sep 14, 2010 07:15:00 PM

Last year Kelly Page was statistically nightmarish for the Ball State Cardinals, but according to head coach Stan Parrish, "He's much, much improved in directing our team. He's a lot more confident and a better player now. I'm really pleased with the way he's played so far."

Page probably won't be much of a fantasy factor this year but could be someone to keep an eye on for next year.  However, improvement from Page could mean bigger fantasy seasons for MiQuale Lewis and Briggs Orsbon. 
Tue, Aug 24, 2010 01:15:00 PM

Ball State quarterback Kelly Page will have surgery to repair a broken thumb on his right (throwing) hand and will miss the rest of the season  

With Page out, Tanner Justice will take over the starting duties.  But the Cardinals will need to find a way to get running back MiQuale Lewis on track if they expect to get into the win column.  This week against Eastern Michigan, who ranks 118th in rush defense, should help in their quest.  
Wed, Oct 21, 2009 08:00:00 PM

True freshman quarterback for the Ball State Cardinals, Kelly Page, struggled once more today in taking on the Army Black Knights on the road, finishing the 24-17 loss 12 of 24 passing for 154 yards, a touchdown, and three interceptions. 

Page now has a TD:Int ratio of 2:5 through the Cardinals' first three games of 2009 and has yet to through for more than 200 yards in a game.  One upside in today's game against the Black Knights, however; the freshman was able to rush four times for 58 yards and an additional score on the ground.
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Sat, Sep 19, 2009 05:00:00 PM

"Kelly Page has earned the right to be our No. 1 quarterback heading into fall camp," new head coach Stan Parrish said as Ball State completed spring workouts on Saturday.

Page entered the spring as the favorite and there is no reason to believe he won't be the starter when they host North Texas in the opener.
Sat, Apr 11, 2009 11:45:00 PM

Ball State head coach Stan Parrish says Kelly Page will head into spring practice as the heir apparent to Nate Davis. "I repped him like he was the second all year even though I redshirted him. And then to get the bowl practice... He's got an awful lot of talent, and going into spring I'd say Page is the front-runner for the job," Parrish told ESPN.com.

No one can replace Nate Davis, but with Parrish sticking around, we expect the offense to remain the same. Parrish also seems to be high on Page, who redshirted last year. Page is a name to file away in the memory bank.
Source: ESPN
Thu, Jan 22, 2009 03:00:00 PM

Ball State head coach Stan Parrish says Kelly Page will head into spring practice as the heir apparent to Nate Davis. "I repped him like he was the second all year even though I redshirted him. And then to get the bowl practice... He's got an awful lot of talent, and going into spring I'd say Page is the front-runner for the job," Parrish told ESPN.com.

No one can replace Nate Davis, but with Parrish sticking around, we expect the offense to remain the same. Parrish also seems to be high on Page, who redshirted last year. Page is a name to file away in the memory bank.
Source: ESPN
Tue, Jan 20, 2009 06:00:00 PM