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After a skid-snapping two wins over Charlotte a week ago, MTSU relapsed back into the loss column in its two-game trip to Marshall on Friday and Saturday afternoon. In both contests, MTSU (5-13, 3-9 C-USA) would give up season-highs in points allowed (107 on Friday, 95 on Saturday) with the Thundering Herd (12-5, 6-4) running …

After a period of no fanfare and people in the stands for Blue Raider athletics, MTSU athletic director Chris Massaro announced that a limited attendance will be allowed at all indoor MTSU athletics events. Detailed in a release by the athletic department Saturday evening, MTSU will allow students and season ticket holders to return to …

The COVID-19 pandemic may have put all sports on hold for the indefinite future for this season, but for the scheduled 2020-21 season of college athletics, the show must go on. And no coach has made more use of the offseason in his two, going on three, years at MTSU more than Nick McDevitt. And …

It’s been a season to forget for MTSU, and especially for senior guard Antonio Green, at least on the stats sheet, but both went out on a high note Saturday night. Green’s three-point shot with four seconds left in overtime propelled the Blue Raiders to a win in its final game of the year 65-62 …

Story by Trevor Aldridge / Staff Writer Middle Tennessee State 7-23 (3-14) fell to UTEP 16-14 (7-10) by the narrow margin of 60-56 Wednesday night at the Murphy Center. “I thought our team competed, played hard and battled for a good portion of the night,” said MTSU Head Coach Nick McDevitt. The Blue Raiders found …

MTSU needed to win every game remaining on its schedule to realistically qualify for the Conference USA Tournament, and after Saturday’s game in Hattiesburg, check one game off the list. The Blue Raiders cashed in one of its best performances of the season in a massive victory over Southern Miss 61-53 to complete the season …