Blaine Bishop, who lettered for the Cardinals from 1990-92 as a defensive back, went on to play 10 years in the National Football League and was a four-time Pro Bowl selection. A member the Ball State Athletics Hall of Fame, Bishop captained the Cardinals during his senior season in 1992, finishing his collegiate career with an appearance in the annual Blue-Gray All-Star Classic. The 1992 All-Mid-American Conference Second Team choice was selected by the Houston Oilers in the eighth round of the 1993 NFL Draft. The Sporting News named Bishop one of the NFL's Top 100 Players in 1998. While on the Titans' roster, Bishop also played in the 2000 Super Bowl, won by the St. Louis Rams. He retired from the league in 2002 after a single season with the Philadelphia Eagles but maintains his interest in the game through his work as a radio and television co-host and analyst in Nashville, Tenn.