Q&A: Charlie Todd, Ball State

Getting To Know…Ball State’s Charlie Todd: Todd is a senior cornerback for the Ball State Cardinals. After playing football for two years at Nassau (N.Y.) Community College, Todd made an immediate impact for Ball State in 2009, starting 11 games. He made 80 tackles (55 solo), had two tackles for loss, broke up four passes, recovered a fumble and had an interception. Todd, a native of Bear, Del., registered a career-best 12 tackles at Northern Illinois and also scored his first career touchdown on a career long 87-yard punt return at Western Michigan.

What is your greatest accomplishment off the field?

My greatest accomplishment off the field was making it to Ball State out of Junior College.

What do you still hope to accomplish in the future?

My future goal is to make it to

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