football

12:22pm

Tue February 28, 2012
Documentary Shot in West Tennessee

Memphis Connection to the Oscars

artwork courtesy Five Smooth Stones Productions

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) --  There's a Tennessee connection to Sunday night’s Oscars.  A documentary shot in Memphis won in the "Best Documentary Feature" category.

The Memphis Commercial Appeal says the inspirational football film “Undefeated” fairly accurately portrays the real-life experiences of Memphis businessman Bill Cortney as he leads the inner city Manassas High School football team to a winning season in 2009 and 10.

The film is also a hit with critics. It has an 83 percent favorable rating on the review site RottenTomatoes.com.

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12:19pm

Mon November 14, 2011
Blue Raider Football Continues to Struggle

MTSU Basketball Off to a Promising Start

Middle Tennessee State continues to struggle on the gridiron but the Blue Raider's basketball season is off to a good start. 

(Story by student reporter Scott Henry)

10:45am

Mon October 31, 2011
MTSU Loses 45-20 to Louisiana

Blue Raiders Lose to Louisiana

Blue Raiders football had another disappointing weekend, losing to Louisiana 45-20 before a hometown crowd of 13,500.  Chip Walters provides this game recap:

Middle Tennessee never got on track either side of the ball.

The Blue Raiders inducted five new members into their athletic hall of fame earlier in the day but could not close the monumental occasion with a win at night. 

Logan Kilgore threw for 239 yards on 22-of-40 passes, including a high of seven to Malcolm Beyah for 86 yards and the lone touchdown toss.

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12:25pm

Mon October 24, 2011
Beats Florida Atlantic in Boca Raton

MTSU Wins on the Road

 Quarterback Logan Kilgore completed his first 19 passes Saturday to set a school  record and steer the Blue Raiders to a 38-14 road triumph at Florida Atlantic.  A strong first quarter lifts Blue Raiders to a road win and MT crosses 450 offensive yards for fourth-straight game.
 

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