MTSU Prediction

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The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders come to San Antonio at a low point in the program’s modern history. After 17 years under Head Coach Rick Stockstill, has MTSU finally hit rock bottom? After posting just four wins last year, the Blue Raiders are off to a terrible start to 2020 as they hold the worst point differential in the country.
Yes, the Blue Raiders have looked unsightly in 2020, but the circumstances haven’t been kind to the Blue Raiders. They have played two extremely tough teams, and are trying to develop a true freshman running back after their top two backs opted out of the season.
The Blue Raiders should improve over the course of the season, but it won’t be over night. Quarterback Asher O’Hara should be able to pop a few big plays over the top of UTSA’s secondary, but the Roadrunners’ advantage on the ground should allow them to control this game.
UTSA 31 MTSU 21

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