MUNCIE, Ind. —
In the end, it was missed opportunities, big plays by the Bearcats and a few penalties that negated big plays that hurt the Indians the most.
“I tell the kids if we don’t let people get big plays on us, we win a lot of football games that we shouldn’t have lost,” Albano said.
The Indians fall to 3-5 (2-3 NCC) while Muncie Central improves to 5-3 (3-2 NCC).
Anderson will return home for its final regular-season game next week, squaring off with Kokomo in another North Central Conference game.