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2019 NCAA Division I College Football Team Previews: Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders - The College Sports Journal

The Blue Raiders won their archetypal army unit statute title and came inside a late mark of the C-USA title to UAB but were moving out by Appalachian State in the New Orleans Bowal to coating 8-6 overall, 7-1 C-USA.

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HomeCollege Sports JournalNCAA Division I SportsFBS Football2019 NCAA Division I College Football Team Previews: Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders 2019 NCAA Division I College Football Team Previews: Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders August 13, 2019 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders
Location: Murfreesboro, TN
Coach:  Rick Stockstill (87-78 @ MTSU & overall) 14th time period at MTSU
Stadium: Johnny “Red” Floyd Stadium (Capacity 30,788)

CSJ Projections:
8th: C-USA (4th C-USA East)
5th: Tennessee
98th: FBS
35th: Group of Five
123rd: Division I

2018 In a Sentence: The Blue Raiders won their archetypal army unit statute title and came inside a late mark of the C-USA title to UAB but were moving out by Appalachian State in the New Orleans Bowal to coating 8-6 overall, 7-1 C-USA.

Biggest Shoes to Fill: QB Brent Stockstill, son of MTSU’s Coach Rick Stockstill, blocked out his calling as the 28th greatest passerby in body football game past – at least in terms of yards.  He also holds MTSU records for Blue Raiders’ all-time person in ephemeral yards (12,495), score passes (106), 300-yard ephemeral games (19), 400-yard ephemeral games (3), and ephemeral yards per game (277.7).  He autographed on to be an assisant manager at Florida Atlantic after giving the NFL a brief try.

Key Player: WR/KR Ty Lee was the team’s leading receiver has 213 grabs for 2,537 yards and 21 score s as a three-year starter, and now he has to do even more in his senior seasn.  Although small in stature (5’9″), he is usually the fatest player on the field so is good also at the kick and punt return game.  As a receiver, he will need to be solid target for whomever the new quarterback, which is a three player battle between sophomores Asher O’Hara and Chase Cunningham and JUCO transfer Randall Johnson.

Fearless Prediction: This year’s team looks like it could take a sizeable dip in the win total with 14 starters gone from the group that got to the C-USA statute title game.  But the dip should not be so drastic to miss a bowl game even though the schedule looks very daunting with road games at the Big 10’s Michigan and Iowa to start the time period.  While MTSU will start slow. look for the Blue Raiders to a fifth straight bowl bid.

Kent Schmidt

Originally from LaMoure, North Dakota, Kent is a 1996 graduate of North Dakota State University.  His prior writing experience is over 15 years having previously worked with D2football game.com, I-AA.org, and College Sporting News before coming to College Sports Journal in 2016.  His main focus is body football game in the western half of the United States– the Big Sky Conference and Missouri Valley Football Conference inside the Division I FCS.  And in 2017, he began also to look at the FBS Group of Five conferences of the American Athletic, Conference USA, Mid-American, Mountain West, and Sun Belt.

Reach him at this email or click below:

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Location: Murfreesboro, TN
Coach:  Rick Stockstill (87-78 @ MTSU & overall) 14th time period at MTSU
Stadium: Johnny “Red” Floyd Stadium (Capacity 30,788)

CSJ Projections:
8th: C-USA (4th C-USA East)
5th: Tennessee
98th: FBS
35th: Group of Five
123rd: Division I

2018 In a Sentence: The Blue Raiders won their archetypal army unit statute title and came inside a late mark of the C-USA title to UAB but were moving out by Appalachian State in the New Orleans Bowal to coating 8-6 overall, 7-1 C-USA.

Biggest Shoes to Fill: QB Brent Stockstill, son of MTSU’s Coach Rick Stockstill, blocked out his calling as the 28th greatest passerby in body football game past – at least in terms of yards.  He also holds MTSU records for Blue Raiders’ all-time person in ephemeral yards (12,495), score passes (106), 300-yard ephemeral games (19), 400-yard ephemeral games (3), and ephemeral yards per game (277.7).  He autographed on to be an assisant manager at Florida Atlantic after giving the NFL a brief try.

Key Player: WR/KR Ty Lee was the team’s leading receiver has 213 grabs for 2,537 yards and 21 score s as a three-year starter, and now he has to do even more in his senior seasn.  Although small in stature (5’9″), he is usually the fatest player on the field so is good also at the kick and punt return game.  As a receiver, he will need to be solid target for whomever the new quarterback, which is a three player battle between sophomores Asher O’Hara and Chase Cunningham and JUCO transfer Randall Johnson.

Fearless Prediction: This year’s team looks like it could take a sizeable dip in the win total with 14 starters gone from the group that got to the C-USA statute title game.  But the dip should not be so drastic to miss a bowl game even though the schedule looks very daunting with road games at the Big 10’s Michigan and Iowa to start the time period.  While MTSU will start slow. look for the Blue Raiders to a fifth straight bowl bid.

Kent Schmidt

Originally from LaMoure, North Dakota, Kent is a 1996 graduate of North Dakota State University.  His prior writing experience is over 15 years having previously worked with D2football game.com, I-AA.org, and College Sporting News before coming to College Sports Journal in 2016.  His main focus is body football game in the western half of the United States– the Big Sky Conference and Missouri Valley Football Conference inside the Division I FCS.  And in 2017, he began also to look at the FBS Group of Five conferences of the American Athletic, Conference USA, Mid-American, Mountain West, and Sun Belt.

Reach him at this email or click below:

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