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Photo provided by: MT Athletics This Saturday is the 34th annual Salute to Armed Forces celebration at Middle Tennessee, as the football team takes on Marshall. Here’s just some of the events that are set for Saturday’s contest between the Blue Raiders and Thundering Herd. Timeline of Events 8:00 AM: Ticket Office Opens 10:30 AM: …

Jim Brown, Michael Jordan and Bo Jackson are just a few of the greatest athletes of all time. What’s the one thing they have in common? They were all two-sport athletes. It’s rare to find an athlete who competes in multiple sports past the high school level. At MTSU there’s one athlete in particular who …

Amanda Freuler // Contributing Writer MTSU’s starting quarterback Brent Stockstill receives the snap, grips the familiar, slick leather, his arms mechanically taking over to make the pass. The football slices through the air until it is caught by tight end, Terry Pettis. Pettis rushes the ball towards the end zone and the first touchdown in MTSU’s …

Caleb Luketic // Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee (3-4, 2-1 C-USA) played host to the Florida International Panthers (3-4,1-2 C-USA) on Saturday afternoon in an important Conference USA matchup. The Blue Raiders came into Saturday on a three game losing streak and sat at just 2-4 and 1-1 in C-USA.  The Blue Raiders opened the game looking …

Middle Tennessee running back Jeremiah Bryson was arrested Sunday morning on an attachment order for child support. The 23-year old was detained around 10 a.m. and left the Rutherford County Adult Detention center a few hours later. Bryson was arrested again around noon on Monday, and faces a simple-assault charge for an incident that occurred near …

In a game that was over right as it began, the Blue Raiders (2-4, 1-1 C-USA) went from the brink of .500 to 2-4 and in desperate search of a win. Western Kentucky came out sharp from the start, and never let up, improving to 3-0 in C-USA with the 58-28 win. Saturday marked the …