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Story by Jayce Standridge / Contributing Writer Week three was much needed for some owners as we finally saw key players living up to expectations. Quarterbacks Josh Allen and Justin Herbert finally played like themselves. Week four is a big week for many fantasy teams trying to secure first place and pull out in front. …

Story by Jayce Standridge / Contributing Writer Week two is in the books, and some teams are showing off their dominance already. Some players bounced back from a poor week one performance, and others slowed down. My last week Love/Hate went 6-4 so I’m looking to improve. I have that list and my top five …

Story by Matthew Giffin / Contributing Writer “One of your goals is to win the conference,” said Blue Raiders head football coach Rick Stockstill at a press conference on Monday. “There’s nothing more important than conference play.” For Stockstill and his players, the goal is clear and very optimistic. Last season, Stockstill and MTSU went …

Story by Jayce Standridge / Contributing Writer After week one of the NFL, we have an idea of what the season should look like this year. Many fantasy GMs were disappointed (and rightfully so) in some star players like Aaron Rodgers, Derrick Henry, and Aaron Jones. On the other side, some fantasy GMs were happy …

Story by Quenterious Mabone / Contributing Writer The Blue Raider women’s soccer team looked to wrap up their four-game homestand on a positive note, but their late push fell just short to the East Tennessee State Buccaneers on Friday. The Blue Raiders trailed 1-0 in the first half, but the Buccaneers continued their run by …

Story by William Carter / Sports Editor Very few moments have occurred that completely shut down the sports world. Most recently, the Coronavirus pandemic shut down the majority of the world for months, taking sports with it. The most memorable before that is 9/11. September 11, 2001 was a normal Tuesday in America until 8:45 …