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Blue Raider Extra Point

Episodes have a scheduled air time of 10:30A.M. Saturday mornings. The newest episode may not be available until that time.

MTN Sports produces a thirty minute sports show called Blue Raider Extra Point.  It's all about BLUE...the Blue Raiders that is.  Watch as hosts Abigail Martin, Noah Brady, and Nick Frazier take you around not only MTSU, but games within Conference USA as well. Students contribute to the show by covering local games and matches, and on occasion traveling to other Conference USA schools.  Students can shoot, write, edit, report, produce, and anchor the show.  Catch Blue Raider Extra Point, every Saturday morning at 10:30AM just before kickoff streaming on our website. 

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Welcome, to Blue Raider Extra Point

Meet Your Hosts

Noah Brady

Noah Brady


I’m currently pursuing a degree in Journalism with a concentration in sports media. I am the Vice President of the MTSU Baptist Collegiate Ministry and enjoy being plugged in on campus at MTSU! I love all things Blue Raiders sports as well as the Tennessee Titans, Nashville Predators and Atlanta Braves! I also am an anchor/content producer for our 5:00 newscast and a host on the Good Morning Middle Tennessee podcast.

Abigail Martin

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Abigail Martin


Location Shoot


The MTSU Hall of Fame is our gracious host. We are not compensated by the establishment in any form or many.. They simply allow us the opportunity to shoot there.

Blue Raider Extra Point welcome's all students interested in joining the team. Contact a Middle Tennessee News manager if you wish to participate either as a volunteer or even earn Practicum hours.  

Blue Raider Extra Point is shot on location at the Blue Raider Sports Hall of Fame on Middle Tennessee State University's campus.  This is a large production shoot requiring many helping hands. The team of students get field experience as Directors, Technical Directors, Field Producers, Videographers, Gaffers, Grips, and Production Assistants. The student field crew gets the unique opportunity to use state of the art technology. Every production is recorded using the School of Journalism and Strategic Media's Fly-Pack. (Mobile Production Switcher)  On occasion we'll even break out the robotic cameras fully operated by remote control.