Sunshine and a solid wall of humidity opened the college football season at MTSU. Following a 8-4 season that saw the Blue Raiders not go to a bowl game, many of the Floyd Faithful were anxious for last night, ready to start in Conference USA. And the team did not disappoint. On the first play from scrimmage, Jordan Parker ran for a 65 yard touchdown, and the Blue Raiders raced out...
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UPDATE: The NCAA has reversed its decision.
No. 87 Middle Tennessee (8-4) Coach Rick Stockstill (eighth season, 43-44 at MTSU, 43-44 overall)Returning Starters: 18, 9 offense, 8 defense, 1 special teamsRecruiting Rank: 90 The Blue Raiders enter Conference USA after 13 seasons in the Sun Belt. Coach Rick Stockstill led MTSU to three bowl games in seven up-and-down seasons. Despite an 8-4 record in 2012 – with wins over...
Middle Tennessee quarterback Logan Kilgore returns for his senior season after leading the Blue Raiders to an impressive 8-4 record (6-2 Sun Belt Conference) in 2012.
He became just the second signal-caller in school history with back-to-back 2,000-yard passing seasons, throwing for 2,571 yards, 16 touchdowns and six interceptions.
But Kilgore had a lot of work to do this offseason...
April 25, 2013
If you happen to be looking for the catch of the day in College Football, you need to check out this catch by Middle Tennessee State's Anthony Amos.
Watch as Blue Raiders quarterback Logan Kilgore finds Amos in the back of the end zone for the one-hand reception:
The Blue Raiders would go onto beat Georgia Tech, 49-28.
(Courtesy of Kegs and Eggs)
WHO NEEDS TWO?
Middle Tennessee State wide receiver Anthony Amos has very good hands, apparently. Or perhaps he has just one really good hand. Either way, he didn’t need the other one in his touchdown catch against Georgia Tech. He makes this whole thing look far too easy.
When Middle Tennessee State lineman Preston Bailey III was arrested recently, he admitted to using money from his football ride to become a weed entrepreneur.