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Story by Colton Pickard/ Contributing Writer Photos by Kaitlyn Hungerford On a cold and rainy day, the MTSU Blue Raiders (4-8, 3-5 C-USA) lost in its “100 Miles of Hate” rivalry matchup 31-26 against Western Kentucky (8-4, 6-2 C-USA) to finish its first losing season since 2011. Middle Tennessee hasn’t been a team to give …

Murfreesboro, TN-  Despite the cold and unwelcoming weather at kickoff, the MTSU Blue Raiders (4-7, 3-4 C-USA) put up a significantly improved effort against visiting Old Dominion (1-10, 0-7 C-USA) on Senior Day Saturday evening 38-17. Asher O’Hara and the offense started out much quicker than usual with an opening drive score from O’Hara to …

With the success against FIU last week in the ground game and the late scratch of star Charlotte running back Benny LeMay, the odds seemed to favor MTSU on Saturday. Then the game started. In another massive letdown following a big home win, the MTSU Blue Raiders (3-6, 2-3 C-USA) were ran off the field …

As a spectator, a game with tons of rain and high winds is a nightmare. For the MTSU Blue Raiders (3-5, 2-2 C -USA) offense, it was a dream come true as MT ran amok on Florida International (4-4, 2-3 C-USA) to the tune of 50-17 Saturday afternoon. James Morgan delivered a strike to Tony …

An extra bye week was not enough as MTSU failed to crack the defense of 14th ranked Iowa at Kinnick Stadium Saturday falling 48-3. The Hawkeyes scored on each of its first four possessions, continuing a worrying trend for the MTSU defense after allowing Duke to score on all of its possessions until late into …

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 …