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On Thursday, MT baseball coach Jim McGuire announced the upcoming Blue Raider spring schedule, including eight NCAA tournament teams, 30 Conference USA matchups and 27 home games at Reese Smith Field. The season begins Friday, February 13 as the team travels to Jacksonville, Florida for a three-game weekend series. The home opener is scheduled for the following …

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 …

In front of 24,911 fans, the eighth largest in school history, Austin Grammer and the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (2-1) used three overtimes to earn a tough 50-47 victory over the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. MT quarterback Austin Grammer led the charge for the Blue Raiders, completing 17 of his 28 pass attempts for 218 yards …

By Mark Priddy, Contributing Writer Blue Raider Volleyball took home their second victory this season having narrowly defeated the Belmont Bruins in what turned out to be a five-set match on Saturday night. It was a close beginning and concluded with Middle Tennessee losing the first set. The Blue Raiders fought to hold on but …

By: Mark Priddy,  Contributing Writer The Women’s Volleyball team strove to win against The University of Illinois, yet could not surpass the Fighting Illini’s ability to score. Starters Chelsea Ross from Middle Tennessee, and Liz McMahon from Illinois performed intensely as the home team attempted to come back from an initial set of 25-11. The …

Middle Tennessee State University Blue Raiders will have its first test of this promising young football season on the road against the Minnesota Golden Gophers tomorrow. The Blue Raiders made short work of Savannah State in its home opener by dominating the game 61-7. This was to be expected as there’s little doubt that Savannah …