Blue Raider Network

August 20, 2013 ·

Network Personnel

Blue Raider football is on the air! The 2013 football season marks the eighth year of the Blue Raider Network under the umbrella of a joint venture between Middle Tennessee athletics and Nelligan Sports Marketing. Nelligan started managing the exclusive athletics marketing rights in January 2007.


  • WGNS, Murfreesboro (1450 AM, 100.5 FM, 101.9 FM)
  • WPRT, Nashville (102.5 FM The Game & 97.5 Murfreesboro)
  • WMOT, Murfreesboro (89.5 FM)

The Blue Raider Network, which actually debuted in the early 1960s, is blessed with two flagship stations for football and men's basketball, including WPRT 102.5 The Game in Nashville and WGNS AM-FM in Murfreesboro.

Middle Tennessee fans throughout the southeast region also can follow their favorite teams on WMOT FM 89.5, which reaches a three-state coverage area.

The combination of these three stations provides coverage to Middle Tennessee sports fans in a 100-mile radius of Murfreesboro.

WGNS and 102.5 The Game will carry all Blue Raider football and men's basketball games along with the Rick Stockstill and Kermit Davis radio shows.

WGNS, which made its return to carrying Blue Raider athletics in 2005, blankets the local area by reaching to McMinnville to the east, Columbia to the west, and Gallatin to the north.

Campus station WMOT 89.5 FM will also broadcast football and men's and women's basketball games for Middle Tennessee in 2013-14. WMOT, a 100,000-watt station, reaches beyond Bowling Green, Ky., to the north, Cookeville, Tenn., to the east, and Huntsville, Ala. to the south.

WDUC FM 93.9 The Duck, joined the network in 2012-13 and will provide additional coverage in southern middle Tennessee and northern Alabama.

All Blue Raider football, men's and women's basketball, and baseball broadcasts can also be heard on the Internet at GoBlueRaiders.com.

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