Another spring practice is in the books for the MTSU football team as it just finished it up with the Blue-White Spring Game on April 18.
FORT MYERS, Fla. - The MTSU women's golf team captured its first league title in the program's 14-year history after holding on for the top spot at the 2015 Conference USA Women's Golf Championship at the Verandah Club.
New details surrounding the assault on Riverdale football coach Ron Aydelott were released by the Rutherford County Sheriff's Department on Wednesday, April 22.
A smashing of a Chicago Blackhawks vehicle in honor of the Nashville Predators being in the playoffs will be held Friday, April 15 at 3 p.m. until April 18 until 5 p.m.
The weather has finally turned warmer, which means only one thing --Opening Day has arrived for America's national pastime.
The Titans will be calling soon. They'll want my advice about what they should do with their No. 2 overall draft pick. My advice is free, and the Titans are often accused of being cheap. So, it's a good fit.
Most of the focus around MTSU has been the basketball teams playing in the postseason, as well as the start of spring football practice.
Are you getting healthy and fit in 2015? Bring your family along for the ride and register for the Candle Wishes Family 5K, a new and unique race in Murfreesboro scheduled for April 11 at 9 a.m., presented by Godwin Custom Homes.
Someone once told me (I think it was MTSU's Voice of the Blue Raiders Chip Walters) that the best sentence in sports was - pitchers and catchers report to spring training on ... fill in the date here. That date is here.
HERMITAGE -- The Mr. and Miss Basketball Awards will be presented to the top girls and boys in five classifications of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association prior to the championship game awards presentation for each class, respectively.
It's District 7-AAA Tournament week (at Riverdale), and only one more game to play before all seeds are set. Who's going to win and why?
Nothing in life stays the same. The District Tournament starts this week at Riverdale and everyone is 0-0. The boys, especially, is wide open.
I just love polls of all sports, especially basketball polls. They create controversy, bragging rights and, of course, arguments.
College football fans have finally gotten what they want - a true national champion.
Allow me to start with a disclaimer. Ever since he broke into the big leagues at Cincinnati, I have been a Pete Rose fan. His talent, energy and effort always drew everyone's attention.
The MTSU basketball team has gone through a season of peaks and valleys thus far as evidenced by its 8-7 (1-1 C-USA) record going into last Saturday night's home game against FAU.
The MTSU women's basketball reached an important milestone last weekend with a win at UAB to open up Conference USA play.
The Middle School Basketball Tournament begins later this month with the Christiana Cougars as the host. So who's going in with the best chance at the No.1 1 seed in girls and boys and perhaps win the tournament?
After an impressive showing during the college football bowl season, which Conference USA finished 4-1, now the attention for the league turns to basketball.
The journey to the Conference USA tourney began today (Jan. 4) for both the MTSU men's and women's basketball team.
The Lady Raiders are Murfreesboro's constant and consistent success story.
The holidays are upon us, and now it is time for some New Year's wishes heading into 2015. Here is a look at some of mine from the sports world. This is my Top 11 sports wishes because here at "The Post" we go the extra mile.
David Price will be hitting a home run with the children of Hobgood Elementary this holiday season.
A few days ago I went to Blackman for the Oakland games. The matchups were excellent with tons of talent on all four teams and four fabulous coaches.
The MTSU football team just barely missed out on advancing to its fifth bowl in nine seasons under current head coach Rick Stockstill.