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It took three months for the Rockets to gain a national ranking.  It took three hours to lose it.

Toledo lost 34-27 to Ball State in front of a stunned crowd at the Glass Bowl.

The loss snaps an 8-game winning streak, but does not eliminate Toledo's chance for a MAC championship.  If the Rockets win their last two games, they will play for a conference title at Ford Field.

Once again, UT got off to a shaky start, spotting the Cardinals a 14-0 lead in the first quarter.  But the Rockets rebounded to tie the game at halftime.

It remained close throughout the second half, but with 1:43 left in the game, Jahwan Edwards scored a 15-yard touchdown to put Ball State up for good.  UT's last drive ended with the Rockets turning the ball over on downs.

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