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Middle Tennessee (4-10, 0-1 C-USA) lost to Marshall (7-9, 2-0 C-USA) Friday evening in their conference opener, dropping the meeting in a thrilling five-set match. Senior Ailime de Freitas and junior Chelsea Ross proved to have great games, as Freitas contributed 29 assists while Ross completed 27 kills by the match’s conclusion. The Blue Raiders …

By Cody Lester The Blue Raiders won against the Cumberland University Bulldogs on Thursday night, playing with home field advantage. In regular play, the Blue Raiders were able to finish five innings with a final score of 8-0. It was the Blue Raiders’ first game of the fall season. The Blue Raiders started off strong when Alma …

Former Middle Tennessee star Shawn Jones was officially signed to the Heat roster on Tuesday night. The Hialeah, Florida native signed a non-guaranteed contract with his hometown Miami Heat. Per club policies, terms of the deal were not disclosed to the public. The 6-foot-7 power forward spent time playing for the Los Angeles Clippers in …

Every afternoon as most students are heading back to their cars and dorms, the Blue Raider football team crowds onto the field for practice. In the middle of the crowd, Austin Grammer stands waiting for the next play to run. The familiar sound of whistles echo across the field, and the players scuffle past one …

The Blue Raiders failed to capitalize on the momentum from last week’s win, falling 36-17 to in-state rival University Memphis on Saturday night. Blue Raiders quarterback Austin Grammer struggled against the Tigers defense, notching one interception and a fumble, which was returned for a touchdown. Memphis was dominant on offense as well, amassing 271 rushing …

While the firestorm rains down upon Roger Goodell for the mishandling of Ray Rice’s punishment for the assault of his then-fiancé, I can’t help to wonder if fans and critics have any idea just how often these sad occurrences happen within the NFL. The league has a bleak history of domestic violence and inconsistent-at-best punishment …