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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 …

Following a tough result at Army two weeks ago, the MTSU Blue Raider football team had time to prepare and mentally reset after being dealt a tough hand in its opening opponent on short notice. But after two weeks of preparation, even the hardest True Blue supporters are probably scratching their heads over the direction …

After a spring and summer offseason full of what-ifs and threats of cancellation, MTSU football returned to the gridiron in West Point for the Blue Raiders opening game vs Army with only a few thousand Army cadets in the stands. However, after a 42-0 beatdown at the hands of the Black Knights Saturday afternoon, more …

Two former MTSU football players that went undrafted in this year’s 2020 NFL Draft have signed with teams during the post-draft undrafted free agents cycle. Jovante Moffatt and Tyshun Render were signed by the NFL’s Cleveland Browns and Miami Dolphins respectively. Moffatt, a 4-year starter as a redshirt senior, recorded 313 total tackles as a …

Story by Colton Pickard/ Contributing Writer Photos by Kaitlyn Hungerford On a cold and rainy day, the MTSU Blue Raiders (4-8, 3-5 C-USA) lost in its “100 Miles of Hate” rivalry matchup 31-26 against Western Kentucky (8-4, 6-2 C-USA) to finish its first losing season since 2011. Middle Tennessee hasn’t been a team to give …