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Photo courtesy of the Grand Ole Opry MTSU representatives presented Charlie Daniels with an MTSU Blue Raiders football helmet during a performance at the Grand Ole Opry Tuesday evening. Tonight, @CharlieDaniels was honored for his contributions to the @MTVetCenter, which helps veterans pursue their college and career goals. Thanks for all you do and congratulations, …

In a game only a mother could love, the MTSU Blue Raiders (2-3, 1-0 C-USA) did what was needed to win over Marshall (2-3, 0-1 C-USA) Saturday afternoon in Floyd Stadium 24-13. Senior leader Jovante Moffatt had the first big play of the afternoon with an interception of Isaiah Green that set up Chaton Mobley’s …

Breaking announcement by Angele Latham/ Editor-in-Chief Continuing coverage by Megan Cole/ Contributing Writer Brandon Archer, a recent MTSU graduate and football player, passed away Monday in Perry County after drowning in the Buffalo River near Lobelville, Tennessee. Perry County EMA officials stated that they had received a call around 1 p.m. regarding a drowning. Perry …

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, …

Photo by Devon Arnold / MTSU Sidelines Archive  For the first time in the university’s history, MTSU will allow the sale of alcohol at Saturday’s home football game in Floyd Stadium, creating a shift in the overall game-day experience and security. The new allowance stems from the passing of House Bill 2275/Senate Bill 2111, which …

Photo courtesy of BGR While many football fans were busy biting their nails, screaming at the TV and rooting for their favorite team, there were plenty of others paying more attention to the highly anticipated commercials of the 2018 Super Bowl. However, this year was full of letdowns. Sure, some of the advertisements grabbed our attention …