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Sometimes in tough seasons, you need a few strokes of luck to get a win. And for MTSU Saturday night in Houston, they didn’t get just one…or two, or three but four. A couple of dinks of the crossbar and a collapse from the Rice (0-1) special teams unit handed a golden ticket to Asher …

Following a rollercoaster win over Florida International the week prior, the MTSU Blue Raider football team felt rejuvenated and reinvigorated after an 0-4 start to the season coming into the weekend’s matchup vs North Texas. And after a great first quarter that saw MTSU go up 21-7 over North Texas Saturday afternoon, the Blue Raiders …

The script had been written for the MTSU Blue Raiders. Another late drive to try and complete a comeback. Another case of falling just shy of victory. But Asher O’Hara and Greg Grate refused to copy and paste another game. Grate, a Miami native, secured the game-ending interception to give MTSU (1-4, 1-2 Conference USA) …

Story by Jake Fink / Contributing Writer Fans have returned to the campus of MTSU as football opens its doors at Floyd Stadium despite safety measures and general unease about the virus to watch and support the Blue Raiders in the last two weeks. But while the tough regimen to keep players safe from the …

Two teams entered Floyd Stadium winless Saturday evening, with one team destined to leave with its first win of a wild 2020 season. Both teams have massive similarities in offensive playstyle with its quarterbacks carrying most of the load. But Saturday showed that one team had a key factor that the other did not. The …

After adding the game late last Saturday night, MTSU made the trip to the Alamodome for a last-second matchup against the Roadrunners of UTSA Friday night. For two straight games, MTSU has struggled offensively and seemed lost at sea. But Friday night in San Antonio showed flashes of the brilliance of Asher O’Hara and the …