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Photo by Tyler Lamb / Sports Editor Middle Tennessee quarterback Brent Stockstill underwent shoulder surgery today and will miss the spring drills, head coach Rick Stockstill announced today. Stockstill got off to a hot start this past season, even breaking the MTSU passing touchdowns record once held by Wes Counts. After suffering a broken collarbone …

Photos by Tennessee Athletics American basketball players Joseph Jones and Memphis, TN native J.P. Prince are unable to return to their overseas basketball team in Iran due to escalating events which all began last Friday when President Donald Trump gave an executive order to temporarily ban citizens and refugees of Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Libya and …

Photo by Tyler Lamb / Sports Editor The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders took a tough loss at home to the University of Texas-San Antonio 45-25 on Saturday. Though the negative result was felt by everyone in attendance, Brent Stockstill’s injury in the early stages of the second quarter was the dagger for Blue Raider nation. …

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Photo by Chris Curtis / Sidelines Archive  Connor Ulrey / Sports Editor contributed to this story  MTSU released a report Monday, following a Title IX investigation of the athletics department, finding the university responsible for three equity and compliance violations. The university is required by Title IX to launch an investigation when equity complaints are …

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Photo by Connor Ulrey/Sports Editor Middle Tennessee Head Volleyball Coach Dan Ahiers resigned Tuesday night following a two-week suspension, according to the Daily News Journal. According to the report, Ahiers was suspended for “alcohol-related behavior.” Athletic Director Chris Massaro told the DNJ that Ahiers’ behaviors were “contrary to the expectations [the university has] of our head …

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Photo by Chris Curtis The MTSU Athletics Department is under federal investigation after a complaint was filed with the Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) on November 19, 2015, alleging “discrimination on the basis of sex.” On March 8, president Sidney McPhee received an email from Brian Gnandt, the acting compliance team leader for the …