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Photo by Tyler Lamb / MTSU Sidelines Rick Insell became MTSU’s all-time winningest basketball coach Saturday evening after the Blue Raiders’ 61-46 win over North Texas at Murphy Center, passing former men’s head coach Kermit Davis. The win is another in a long line of signature wins and notable benchmarks reached over the decade and a half …

Photo by David Chamberlain / MTSU Sidelines The Rice Owls (15-3, 6-0) entered Murphy Center on Thursday night as one of three unbeaten teams in C-USA. By the end of the night, they left Murfreesboro as the only undefeated team in the conference after they defeated Middle Tennessee (15-5, 6-1) by a score of 60-47. …

Photo by David Chamberlain / MTSU Sidelines Story by Trevor Aldridge and David Janes / Contributing Writers The Middle Tennessee State Lady Raiders basketball team had a busy week over Thanksgiving. They began their stretch of games on Monday against Belmont where they struggled to shoot the ball. However, MTSU bounced back and won out …

Photo courtesy of MT Athletics Story by David Janes and Kennedy Powell / Contributing Writers Lady Raiders cause foul trouble for Commodores on Friday  The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders took advantage of the Vanderbilt Commodores, who were in foul trouble, and won 65-58 in their first regular season home game Friday. This is the second …

Photo courtesy of MT Athletics Story by David Jones / Contributing Writer “I have 15 players, but I don’t have 15 players ready to play,” Blue Raider Head Coach Rick Insell after his team lost to the Trevecca Trojans, a Division II school. A huge 30-6 run at the beginning of the fourth period put …

Photo by David Janes / MTSU Sidelines The Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders defeated the Lindsey Wilson Blue Raiders 79-41 in a home exhibition game on Sunday. MTSU started off the game pretty slow but went on a 14-2 run to spark the offense in the first quarter. They ended the first half with a …