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Photo courtesy of Brent Beerends / MT Communications In the midst of a full court press, Giddy Potts caught the ball on-the-run and fired the ball up court to Reggie Upshaw, who laid the ball in to secure the team’s first conference win of the year. Middle Tennessee (9-5, 1-1 C-USA) battled UTEP (10-6, 2-1 C-USA) on …

Photo by: MT Athletics//Brent Beerends Middle Tennessee (5-2) took on South Alabama (3-5) at the Murphy Center on Saturday evening, just days after losing a heartbreaker to nationally acclaimed VCU. The Blue Raiders were able to pull out the 68-55 victory over the Jaguars, even after turning the ball over 19 times. The Blue Raiders …

Photo by: MT Athletics//Brent Beerends The Middle Tennessee Men’s Basketball (4-2) team took on Virginia Commonwealth University (5-2) on Wednesday night in their home opener after playing their first five games on the road. The Blue Raiders’ costly last-minute turnover would be the determining factor in the 62-56 loss to VCU. The Blue Raiders came out firing …

Photo by: MT Athletics   Rick Insell’s Blue Raiders (1-2) squared off against Matt Insell’s Rebels (1-3) on Sunday afternoon at the Murphy Center in the third installment of the “Insell Bowl” in front of the ninth largest crowd in program history. Middle Tennessee entered Sunday’s father-son contest seeking their first win of the season. …

MURFREESBORO – There is still plenty of basketball left to be played at Murphy Center. Just as Kermit Davis’ squad accepted a postseason bid to the CIT on Sunday, Rick Insell’s team quickly followed suit Monday, accepting a bid to the WNIT. Middle Tennessee (21-9) will play host to Ball State (17-13) at 7 p.m. …

MIAMI, Fla. — Middle Tennessee (16-15, 9-9 CUSA) used a strong first half to secure their first road win in seven attempts, defeating FAU (9-20, 2-16 CUSA), 77-54. The Blue Raiders entered Saturday’s contest looking to snap a six game road losing streak. In each of those contests, Middle Tennessee suffered from slow starts, and …