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MTSU came up with a strong performance Friday night at Old Dominion, beating the Monarchs 41-28. “To play as well as we did, it shows how confident we are,” said Head Coach Rick Stockstill. “We’re hungry.” MTSU forced ODU into two early turnovers. They weren’t able to turn these into any points, but it felt …

MTSU overpowered Old Dominion early on Friday night to win against the Monarchs 41-28 after an early Blue Raider lead.ue Raiders took an early 24-0 lead and were able to hold on to beat the Monarchs 41-28. The Blue Raiders pounded the ODU defense for 280 yards of rushing and 539 total yards of offense. …

Every afternoon as most students are heading back to their cars and dorms, the Blue Raider football team crowds onto the field for practice. In the middle of the crowd, Austin Grammer stands waiting for the next play to run. The familiar sound of whistles echo across the field, and the players scuffle past one …

The MTSU Blue Raiders fell to 2-2 on the season after losing to in-state rival Memphis, 36-17, at the Liberty Bowl this past Saturday. It proved to be a sloppy game for the Blue Raiders. “I give Memphis a ton of credit,” said Head Coach Rick Stockstill. “We didn’t execute well enough to win the …

The Blue Raiders failed to capitalize on the momentum from last week’s win, falling 36-17 to in-state rival University Memphis on Saturday night. Blue Raiders quarterback Austin Grammer struggled against the Tigers defense, notching one interception and a fumble, which was returned for a touchdown. Memphis was dominant on offense as well, amassing 271 rushing …

The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (2-1) travel to Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium to take on in-state rival Memphis tonight. MT and the Tigers last met in 2013 in a contest at Floyd Stadium, with the Blue Raiders winning a nail-biter on a 41-yard field goal by Cody Clark with 1:42 left in the game. Middle …