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MTSU's Parker named National Player of the Week
MTSU's Parker named National Player of the Week

The awards continue to roll in for Middle Tennessee senior forward Cheyenne Parker following her dominant performances for the Blue Raiders last week.

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Lesser known sports take center stage prior to Super Bowl

Even though the Super Bowl is not until next week, it was still a big sports weekend for some of the lesser events on the calendar.

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Blackman girls seize control of District 7-AAA race

A look at District 7-AAA girls basketball reveals what we already knew: With a 7-0 district record entering Friday, Blackman is driving the train.

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Pessimism for this baseball fan as 2015 season approaches

We haven't even reached the point of tournament play in basketball, but at the same time, it's about time to start thinking baseball.

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Raymond hits late three to give Blue Raiders win over 49ers

The MTSU men's basketball team looked to continue its winning ways Saturday (Jan. 24) at home against Charlotte after Thursday's impressive victory over Old Dominion. It was another key Conference USA game as the Blue Raiders came from behind to win 72-69 over the 49ers.

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Murfreesboro's Armstrong to race for U.S. 24-Hour Running Team in Italy

Greg Armstrong, a native of Murfreesboro, was just named to the 2015 United States National 24-Hour Running Team that will compete in the IAU World Championship in Turin, Italy, on April 11.

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MTSU men earn big win against Old Dominon

The Middle Tennessee men's basketball team outlasted Old Dominion 68-58 during an overtime thriller in Conference-USA action Thursday night at the Murphy Center.

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MTSU women whip Old Dominion

NORFOLK, Va. - Three players reached double figures and Middle Tennessee's women won for the seventh time in eight games with a convincing 65-48 win in front of 1,892 against Old Dominion at the Constant Center Thursday.

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Ohio State earned its championship on the field

College football fans have finally gotten what they want - a true national champion.

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Statewide polls are too skewed to take seriously

I just love polls of all sports, especially basketball polls. They create controversy, bragging rights and, of course, arguments.

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800 victories quite a milestone for Lady Raiders

The MTSU women's basketball reached an important milestone last weekend with a win at UAB to open up Conference USA play.

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Blue Raiders trying to find offensive consistency

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.

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It's time that baseball forgives Pete Rose

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.

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MTSU squads open C-USA play against UAB

The journey to the Conference USA tourney began today (Jan. 4) for both the MTSU men's and women's basketball team.

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Conference USA basketball races set to heat up

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.

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Looking ahead to potential middle school, prep favorites

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?

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Price's Project One Four donates Toys to Hobgood students

David Price will be hitting a home run with the children of Hobgood Elementary this holiday season.

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New Year's predictions, wishes for 2015

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.

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Lady Raiders battled tested heading into C-USA play

The Lady Raiders are Murfreesboro's constant and consistent success story.

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Conference USA sends five teams to bowl games

The MTSU football team just barely missed out on advancing to its fifth bowl in nine seasons under current head coach Rick Stockstill.

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Basketball crowd joins in for a great National Anthem

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.

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JORDAN: Predictions and forecasts a fun part of sports Millions of Americans, myself included, love predictions and forecasts. They love to listen w

Millions of Americans, myself included, love predictions and forecasts.

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JORDAN: County basketball programs win-win for all

More than 16 years ago, Eagleville basketball coach and athletic director (now principal) Bill Tollett got the idea to begin a youth basketball program at Eagleville, a K-12 school, and to have Rockvale Elementary School join them.

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Oakland, Blackman youth football teams bring home titles

The biggest high school football rivalry in Rutherford County faced off last Friday night with Oakland defeating Blackman 20-9 in the quarterfinals of the TSSAA State Playoffs.

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CMS' Smith named Heisman Award finalist

Central Magnet School has only been around for five years, and several great athletes have already made history in the short time of the program.

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