A Fast Start... and then Nothing Else The Blue Raiders got off to a fast start on the first drive of the game. After 13 plays and 51 yards the Blue Raiders tallied three points. After the quick first drive, Duke would go on to score a touchdown, recover an onside kick and score another … Continue reading Middle Tennessee Left “Black and Blue” After Blackout Game
At the 2:10 mark of the third quarter of the Browns game in week one I threw my hands up in defeat. As I watched tight end David Njoku do his patent celebration with an excited Baker Mayfield mirroring it close behind, I had all but accepted the Titans defeat and an 0-1 start to … Continue reading On a day of honoring tradition, the Titans forgot theirs
For the first time in over 20 years the Tennessee State Tigers faced off against Middle Tennessee, to renew a rivalry that used to be a yearly meeting in the Ohio Valley Conference.
If we want to go further as individual teams, an athletic department(i.e. facilities and attendance), and as a school, we need to make the jump to the AAC.
As a Fan, it feels like I have been waiting for this my entire life. If you would’ve told me ten years ago that on this day in April in the year of our Lord 2019, I would see something like I am about to I would’ve laughed. Me? A nobody from a nowhere town … Continue reading The Biggest Nashville Event EVER!
To be completely transparent, I started to write this article as a way to protest the current playoff format. I still plan on doing just that. However, what I found when I dove deeper into the standings for each conference was pretty surprising to me. I expected a few first round matches to not change, … Continue reading My Take on the Stanley Cup Playoff Format
Cue the music! Tomorrow The Masters starts, this is arguably the greatest week in the sports calendar. Monday we had the NCAA Championship game. Congrats to Virginia and the most handsome coach in sports Tony Bennett. Aging like a fine wine, anyway off topic. Tonight is the last night of the NBA Season and … Continue reading It’s The Masters Picks