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Blue Raider safety Gregory Grate Jr. attempts to take down Duke running back Mataeo Durant during their 41-18 loss on Saturday. Photo by Megan Cole/ Sidelines. Murfreesboro, TN- In the annual Black Out Game for Middle Tennessee State (1-2), it was all white as Duke (2-1) rolled the Blue Raiders Saturday night in Floyd Stadium …

MTSU quarterback Asher O’Hara drops back to pass during the Blue Raiders 45-26 victory against Tennessee State. O’Hara became the first MTSU quarterback in school history to throw for over 300 yards and rush for over 100 in a game. (Photo by Megan Cole/ Sidelines) A packed Floyd Stadium for the Middle Tennessee State Blue …

Story by Megan Cole / Staff Writer Photo Courtesy of MT Athletic Communications  Many say they will miss his smile, how friendly he was or his willingness to help anyone who needed it. Family, friend, and teammate, Brandon Archer’s legacy at MTSU lives on. Archer passed away on Monday, September 2nd in a tragic drowning …

Blue Raider receiver Jocquez Bruce races up the sideline and is met by a Michigan defender during MTSU’s 40-21 season opening loss in Ann Arbor. Courtesy of MT Athletics Ann Arbor, MI– The Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders (0-1) put up a valiant effort in front of college football’s largest colosseum, but fell short as …

Photo courtesy of MTSU Two leaders on the MTSU football team were honored Monday morning with selections to the Preseason All-CUSA Team. Khalil Brooks and Reed Blankenship played key roles in last year’s eight-win season with featured appearances in the Conference USA Championship Game and a bowl game in New Orleans. Brooks tallied 68 tackles, …

After a trip to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2012 and a Conference USA title, MTSU men’s tennis coach Jimmy Borendame received Coach of the Year honors on Tuesday. It is Borendame’s first time winning the award in his ninth season as head coach of the Blue Raiders. The Blue Raiders finished …