Greatest Moments in Blue Raider Athletic History
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June 16, 2011 - Freshman Brett Patterson, an All-Sun Belt Conference performer, closed a stellar first season by qualifying for the U. S. Open at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD. Patterson became the first Blue Raider golfer to qualify for the men’s Open. He had a solid first two rounds, but did not make the cut for the final two days of the tournament won by Rory McIlroy (McIlroy’s caddy was former Blue Raider golfer J.P. Fitzgerald).
February 22, 2011 - In the final round of the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate on Feb. 22, 2011, senior Jason Millard posted a 9-under par round of 63 to set a new school record. Millard, who had 10 birdies on his round, was low-medalist and helped the Blue Raiders to a win to begin the spring season. Millard went on to earn All-American honors in 2011.
November 6, 2010 - Middle Tennessee women’s soccer captured the first Sun Belt Tournament title in program history, advancing past top-seed and four-time defending league champion Denver, 3-2, on penalty kicks after a scoreless 110 minutes on Nov. 6, 2010. The win secured the Blue Raiders first NCAA Tournament appearance where they fell to 15th ranked Florida State.
2008-2010 - Senior Amber Holt led the nation in scoring with 27.4 ppg in 2008, and was followed by teammate Alysha Clark, who scored 27.5 ppg as a junior, and upped her mark to 28.3 ppg as a senior. Both years Clark also led the nation in scoring.
January 23, 2010 - Desmond “Boogie” Yates became the all-time scoring leader in men’s basketball program history after scoring 26 to lead MT past rival Western Kentucky on the road, 84-74, on Jan. 23, 2010. Yates ended his stellar career with 1,775 points.
December 20, 2009 - Before a nationally-televised audience on ESPN, Middle Tennessee captured its first FBS bowl win by defeating Southern Miss, 42-32, in the 2009 New Orleans Bowl. Also game MVP Dwight Dasher set a national bowl record for rushing yards by a quarterback with 201.
November 25, 2009 - An over-capacity crowd of 11,802 at Murphy Center witnessed Middle Tennessee playing host to No. 5 Tennessee Nov. 25, 2009, setting a women’s basketball home record for single-game attendance.
September 19, 2009 - MT defeated Maryland 32-31 on Alan Gendreau’s 19-yard game-winning field goal on the last play at Byrd Stadium as the Blue Raiders stunned a crowd of 43,167 with a classic final drive. MT went 73 yards with no timeouts in eight plays in the final 1:30 to set up the winning score.
May 28, 2009 - Bryce Brentz, only a sophomore, was a concensus All-American. He led the NCAA in batting average (.465), Home runs (28), slugging percentage (.930) and total bases (214). Brentz was also named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year.
May 8, 2009 - The result of a cooperative effort between MTSU and the City of Murfreesboro, the new on-campus Track & Soccer Stadium provided a much needed facility for the University, as well as giving the TSSAA another strong reason to hold their annual Spring Fling state high school championships in Murfreesboro and Rutherford County. The state of the art facility is named for legendary Blue Raider track coach Dean Hayes.
March 24, 2009 - Middle Tennessee stunned top-seeded and No. 6-ranked Indiana, 4-1, to complete a memorable run and capture the title at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship at The Farms Golf Club in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., in 2009. The Blue Raiders' first title of the season came in their most high-profile event against a field that included 14 of the nation's Top 50 teams, including four Top 10s. After earning the No. 7 seed and a spot in the Championship Bracket during medal play, Middle Tennessee disposed of the tournament's top three seeds to take the title. The Blue Raiders knocked off No. 2 seed and 30th-ranked San Diego State in the quarterfinals, disposed of No. 3 seed and 22nd-ranked Florida State in the semifinals before dropping No. 1 seed Indiana in the championship match. Middle Tennessee also picked up a win against No. 7 Alabama and tied No. 5 Stanford during Sunday's two rounds of stroke play.
February 11, 2009 - Junior Alysha Clark set a school and tied a conference record by scoring 50 points against Troy University in a 75-60 Blue Raider win at Troy.
September 30, 2008 - On Sept. 30, 2008, Middle Tennessee trailed Florida Atlantic 13-7 with 1:15 left to play and no timeouts. Six plays later, quarterback Joe Craddock hit Malcolm Beyah in the right corner of the endzone from 32 yards out to give the Blue Raiders the improbable victory on ESPN2. It marked the first time in school history the Blue Raiders had won a game on the final play of regulation.
September 6, 2008 - In a thrilling game in Floyd Stadium, QB Joe Craddock led the Blue Raiders to a 24-14 domination of the Maryland Terrapins.
May 2008 - One of the most successful seasons for any Middle Tennessee team culminated when the Blue Raider men's golf team made the cut at the NCAA Division I Men's National Championship and eventually finished No. 15. The Blue Raiders became the only team in program history (Division I era) to play on the final day of its respective sports' national championship. Middle Tennessee accomplished this feat after earning the program's first at-large berth in the NCAA East Region and subsequently reaching the Division I National Championships for the first time.
December 2007 - The Middle Tennessee volleyball team advanced to the Sweet 16 of the 2007 NCAA Tournament after a 3-1 win over No. 9 Hawaii. The Blue Raiders won the Sun Belt regular season and tournament titles en route to a 35-3 record. It was the most wins in school history. Standout Izabela Kozen was also named to the University Park Region All-Tournament Team.
June 28, 2007 - Taryn Durham became the first Blue Raider golfer to play in the U. S. Women’s Open win she qualified during the summer of 2007. As a Blue Raider, Durham was a three-time All-Sun Belt Conference selection, and was Player of the Year in 2006. She still holds the school record for lowest round, a 66.
May 28, 2007 - Marco Born and Andreas Siljestrom, perhaps the best doubles team in MTSU history, won the NCAA tournament in 2007, and gained All-American honors in both 2006 and 2007 outdoors, and three times (05-06-07) indoors. They were also ITA All-Americans in 2006.
April 4, 2007 - Chrissy Givens becomes the first player in school history to be selected in the WNBA Draft, as she is chosen No. 31 by the Phoenix Mercury in 2007. Givens was also the first women’s basketball player at Middle Tennessee to earn All-American honors.
March 19, 2007 - After losing at #4 Tennessee gave the Lady Raiders a 3-3 record, they ripped off 27 wins in a row, went thru the Sun Belt regular season and conference tournament unbeaten and did not lose again until they were upset by Marist in the second round the NCAA tournament. They finished 30-4, and were ranked nationally at the end of the season.
December 2006 - Sophomore Ashley Adams became the first Middle Tennessee volleyball player to gain All-American status when she was named Honorable Mention in 2006. She was also an All-American each of the next two seasons, and was the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year in 2007.
November 11, 2006 - In 2006, first year head coach Rick Stockstill led the Blue Raider football program to a Sun Belt Championship and an at-large bid to the Motor City Bowl to face Central Michigan. It marked MT’s first-ever bowl game in its I-A era.
November 10, 2006 - MTSU opened the 2006-07 season against defending NCAA champion and top-ranked Maryland in Murphy Center. Coach Insell’s young but talented Lady Raiders gave the Terps a real battle before a crowd of more than 10,000. MTSU led late in the game, but finally fell 80-76.
April 19, 2006 - On April 19, 2006, Taryn Durham became the first Blue Raider women’s golfer to win a conference title by taking the SBC Championship in a playoff.
February 2, 2006 - This annual baseball pre-season gathering turned into one of the magic moments in the history of the baseball program, as donations were announced to help build a new stadium. Former Blue Raider ace Dewon Brazelton jump-started the program with a $250,000 donation, and before the luncheon was over, more than $900,000 had been donated or pledged to kick off the campaign.
January 2006 - Former multi-sport standout and Blue Raider Athletic Hall of Famer Emmett Kennon donated one million dollars to the University to fund the building of the Hall of Fame, which bears the names of him and his wife, Rose. He later gave generously to other athletic department projects.
October 1, 2005 - Jeremiah Weaver blocked a last-second Vanderbilt field goal from 36 yards out to give Middle Tennessee its third straight win over the Commodores. The final score was 17-15 and marked the first loss of the season by VU after a 4-0 start.
April 8, 2005 - On April 8, 2005, Chris Massaro was named the sixth athletic director in school history.
June 5, 2004 - Manon Kruse and Carien Venter advanced to the final round of the NCAA Women’s Tennis Tournament, earning the first All-American honors for that sport. Kruse and Venter posted a 28-5 record in doubles in 2004.
May 12, 2004 - Mitchell led the nation in doubles for the second year in a row, and also posted a .427 batting average, hit 10 home runs, drove in 41 runs and had a .797 slugging percentage, in gaining the honor.
March 21, 2004 - Middle Tennessee made history in the NCAA Tournament when it shocked No. 12-ranked North Carolina, 64-61, in the first round. It represented only the third time in tournament history that a No. 13 seed had beaten a four seed.
February 26, 2004 - Spearheaded by MT professor Dr. Aaron Todd and dubbed “Operation: Full House” the Blue Raider men’s basketball program set a Murphy Center attendance record of 11,807 against Western Kentucky on Feb. 26, 2004.
July 16, 2003 - MTSU President Sidney A McPhee was appointed to the NCAA Division I Board of Directors in 2003 to represent the Sun Belt Conference. The Board is composed of campus presidents and chancellors. After Dr. McPhee served his four-year term, he was again appointed in 2010 to fill the remaining term of the Sun Belt representative at that time. This term will expire in 2013.
June 13, 2003 - Mardy Scales, the Sun Belt’s Male Athlete of the Year in 2004, capped his memorable career by winning the 100-meters in a time of 10.25 at the NCAA Championships.
October 12, 2002 - Middle Tennessee had a 53-yard drive that was capped by a Dwone Hicks 2-yard touchdown run with 52 seconds left to play to give the Blue Raiders a 21-20 win over Vanderbilt. The game was sealed with a Brandon Lynch interception.
May 2002 - Daniel Klemetz earned All-American honors and assumed the No. 1 singles ranking in the country. Klemetz was also the national recipient of the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sportsmanship and Leadership award.
November 3, 2001 - In their first year of Sun Belt Conference football, the Blue Raiders had an impressive 8-3 record and captured a share of the league title.
October 27, 2001 - The greatest comeback in school history occured on Oct. 27, 2001 against New Mexico State. The Blue Raiders entered the fourth quarter down 24 points but managed to score on every offensive possession the rest of the way to eke out a 39-35 victory. In the fourth quarter alone, quarterback Wes Counts completed 13 of 16 passes for 218 yards, and receiver Kendall Newson hauled in seven passes for 119 yards.
October 27, 2001 - Geoffrey Lagat became Middle Tennessee’s first conference cross-country champion in 2000 when he captured the Sun Belt title. He won again in 2001, and had finishes of 2nd and 4th the next two years.
October 6, 2001 - Middle Tennessee entered the NCAA record books on Oct. 6, 2001, for the most combined points by two teams in a single game. The Blue Raiders defeated Idaho at Floyd Stadium 70-58. In all, the two teams combined for 128 points, 1,445 total yards of offense, 18 touchdowns, 67 first downs, and 166 offensive plays.
August 30, 2001 - Middle Tennessee scored 13 unanswered points in the second half to come from behind and beat Vanderbilt, 37-28, and earn its first win against an SEC opponent in front of a crowd of 39,885 in the 2001 season opener.
August 15, 2001 - A new tennis center, named for legendary Blue Raider Coach Buck Bouldin, opened in the fall of 2001, with both new and refurbished courts, plus bleacher seating and canopies for the fans, as well as offices, team rooms, restrooms, storage areas and a patio/reception area for posting scores.
June 5, 2001 - Pitcher Dewon Brazelton became the highest drafted player in school history when the Tampa Bay Devil Rays picked him third overall in the 2001 First-Year Player Draft.
May 2001 - Middle Tennessee’s athletics program won the Vic Bubas Cup, symbol of the best overall athletic program in the Sun Belt Conference. Overall, the Blue Raiders have won the prestigious award seven times in their 11 years in the league, including the last three in a row.
April 17, 2001 - Stayc Preator pitched the first regulation perfect game in Middle Tennessee softball history, beating Austin Peay 7-0. Jaclyn Story threw the first perfect game for the program, but the game was run-ruled by the Raiders, an 18-0 win over Tennessee State in five innings on April 16, 1997. In 2002 Jennifer Martinez put her name in the record book with a thrilling perfect game against FIU in the Sun Belt Tournament. The game was decided by a walk-off HR in the bottom of the 7th inning to give the Blue Raiders a 1-0 win.
2000 - Middle Tennessee All-American Dewon Brazelton became the first baseball player in school history to compete for Team USA. Brazelton had a 6-0 record, a 0.65 ERA and struck out 49 batters for Team USA.
May 18, 2000 - Middle Tennessee won the 2000 OVC Championship to earn its first-ever trip to the NCAA Regionals in Arizona.
May 14, 2000 - Despite not officially being in the league yet, the Sun Belt Conference invited both MTSU track teams to compete in the annual conference meet. The Lady Raiders wasted no time in letting everyone know they would be a contender in the league, winning the title with 103 points, while the men finished third.
2000 - National Health Care (NHC), founded by the Adams family of Murfreesboro, donated $1 million to build a state-of-the art weight room and training center to benefit all Blue Raider athletic programs.
November 4, 1999 - On November 4, MT accepted an invitation to move all its athletic teams to the Sun Belt Conference effective July 1, 2000. The move ended a 48-year association with the OVC.
September 4, 1999 - Middle Tennessee played its first football game as a member of I-A (now FBS), falling at Mississippi State.
November 19, 1995 - MTSU won the OVC tournament and earned a play-in game for a shot at the NCAA Tournament. Hosting Princeton, the Raiders prevailed 3-1, and then faced George Washington for their first-ever trip to the NCAA. GW was too much for Lisa Kissee’s team, which was eliminated 3-0 in the first round.
August 29, 1995 - On August 29, 1995, Middle Tennessee officials made the announcement that it would be making a move to I-A football.
1994 - Dionne Rose gained All-American status in two different events, the long jump and the 55 meter hurdles, in both indoor and outdoor competition, in 1994. Rose set an OVC record in the 55m hurdles, and was OVC Track Athlete of the Year in 1994.
1994 - Senior Paul Goebel and freshman Fred Niemeyer became the first tennis players at MTSU to earn All-American honors. They posted an 18-5 record, and were ranked as high as 5th during the season. Their final ranking of 15th was the highest end of season ranking at that time.
1993 - Warren Kidd closed his career at the end of the 1993 season as the first and still only player in Blue Raider basketball history to score at least 1,000 points and also pull down at least 1,000 rebounds. He wound up with 1,165 points and 1,048 rebounds.
1990 - In Coach Steve Peterson’s third season, the Blue Raider baseball team won 40 games for the first time with a 7-1 victory over Eastern Kentucky in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament. The Raiders ended the season with a 42-15 record winning both the OVC regular season and tournament titles. The season also earned the team a birth in the NCAA West 1 Regional in Palo Alto, California.
March 16, 1989 - MT trailed by 17 points (67-50) with 16 minutes to play but outscored Florida State 47-16 the rest of the way to steal the opening game of the NCAA Southeast Regional. The catalyst was freshman Mike Buck who posted a career-high 26 points without missing a shot. Buck was 7-for-7 from the field (6-6 from behind the three-point line) and 6-for-6 from the free-throw line in just 22 minutes.
February 18, 1989 - Women’s basketball player “Downtown” Sandy Brown stamped the 3-point field goal record book during her two-season stint as a Blue Raider. She scored at least one trey in each of her first 54 games before going 0-3 behind the arc on February 20, 1989 at Eastern Kentucky. Brown ended her career having made a 3-point basket in 56 of 57 games.
1989 - Dot Records producer and MTSU alumnus Randy Wood endowed the already successful men’s golf program.
March 1988 - Middle Tennessee defeated Tennessee, 85-80, at Murphy Center in the first round of the NIT. Four nights later, the Blue Raiders upset Georgia at home, 69-59. The 1987-88 season would end just nine points short of an NIT semifinal appearance at Madison Square Garden losing at Boston College 78-69.
March 5, 2987 - Kim Webb, a Hall of Fame member, saw her MT career come to an end as she scored a school record 2,148 points.
December 29, 1986 - In the first round of the UAB tournament in Birmingham, MTSU upset tournament favorite and heavily favored Michigan, 85-83. Coach Bruce Stewart’s team featured Dwayne Rainey and Randy Henry that season, and made the NCAA tournament, losing to Notre Dame in the first round.
1985 - The Blue Raiders finished the regular season with a perfect 11-0 record and earned a No. 1 ranking in the I-AA national poll.
December 1, 1984 - After beating Eastern Kentucky in the first round, the Blue Raiders played at Indiana State in a regionally televised quarterfinal game, and prevailed 42-41 when the MTSU defense smothered a two-point conversion attempt in the 3rd overtime.
1984 - On March 17, the Blue Raiders enter the national rankings at No. 25 for the first time in school history.
1983 - Led by Robert Willis and Jeff Skinner, the Blue Raiders captured their first and only OVC cross-country championship.
March 18, 1983 - Coach Larry Inman took his OVC Champions to Jackson, MS for their first-ever appearance in the NCAA basketball tournament. The Lady Raiders defeated Jackson State 64-61, but lost to #1 ranked Louisiana Tech in the next round.
1982 - Alumnus Reese Smith and his two sons, Steve and Mark, both of whom played baseball at MTSU, spearheaded the effort to light the field and building the stadium that now exists. It was named Reese Smith Jr. Field in 1982, and dedicated in 1983.
May 29, 1982 - Middle Tennessee, coached by John Stanford, came within one step of reaching the College World Series in baseball in 1982 when it reached the Regional Final in Stillwater, Okla., before falling to host Oklahoma State, 7-3, in the decisive game.
March 11, 1982 - In what is arguably the biggest Blue Raider basketball victory ever, and perhaps the school’s greatest single sports moment, Middle Tennessee shocked Kentucky, 50-44, in the 1982 Mideast Regional in Nashville, Tenn.
1981 - Middle Tennessee’s track program had already produced several NCAA All-American long jumpers and triple jumpers by 1981, but Greg Artis became the first one to win both on the same day in the 1981 Indoor Championships.
1980 - The Lady Raider tennis team captured four singles titles enroute to winning their first OVC tennis championship. MTSU’s Sandy Neal was named the OVC Coach of the Year, her first of three such awards.
1979 - Pat Simpson, competing in the 125-lb class, became the first Middle Tennessee wrestler to earn a spot in the NCAA tournament.
December 1978 - In December of 1978, Middle Tennessee turned over the reins to the football program to James “Boots” Donnelly. Donnelly took over a program that was coming off six straight losing seasons and quickly turned them into a winner. Donnelly went on to become the second winningest coach in school history.
1976 - The Athletic Hall of Fame was established to honor athletes in all sports for exceptional achievement in representing MTSU in the field of intercollegiate athletics. The initial class, inducting Horace Jones, Teddy Morris and Charles “Bubber” Murphy, was held in 1976.
March 15, 1975 - The Blue Raiders make their first NCAA Tournament, falling to Oregon State, 78-67, on March 15.
February 1, 1975 - Riding a nine-game winning streak, but not having beaten WKU on the road since joining the OVC in 1952, the Raiders matched the Toppers basket for basket in a game that resembled a track meet. When the smoke had cleared, MTSU had a 102-95 win, and Coach Jimmy Earle had the biggest win of his career.
1974 - Tommy Haynes quickly broke all of Barry McClure’s records by becoming the NCAA Triple Jump Champion and went on to earn All-American honors in the triple and long jump.
1974 - Track and field star Brian Oldfield set the world record in the shot put at 75-0, and a decade later set the American record of 72-9.75.
1973 - Barry McClure made it consecutive NCAA Triple Jump crowns with a mark of 54-1.75 in 1973.
December 11, 1972 - The Charles M. Murphy Athletic Center was opened and the first basketball game played in the arena was against Vanderbilt on December 11, 1972.
1968 - Jimmy Earle’s first OVC Coach of the Year award came in baseball, not basketball, as he led the team to a 23-9 record and a spot in the NCAA College Division tournament in Jackson, TN. The Raiders won three games, but fell short by one victory of moving on to the Championship round.
1965 - By winning five conference games by a touchdown or less on the way to a perfect 10-0 record, two memorable moments occurred during that season. First was the “Comeback in Clarksville”, when MTSU trailed unbeaten Austin Peay 20-10 late in the fourth quarter. Led by OVC Player of the Decade Teddy Morris, the Raiders scored on touchdown drives of 99 and 74 yards to pull out a 24-20 win. Then, with time running out in the season finale, and Tennessee Tech leading 27-21 and driving deep into Middle Tennessee territory, Billy Warren intercepted a Tech pass and returned it 85 yards for a touchdown and a 28-27 Blue Raider win.
1965 - MT golf program wins school’s first team national championship as Larry Gilbert is the NCAA individual champion and E.K. Patty garners National Coach of the Year honors.
1965 - Murfreesboro’s Robert Mallard, a walk-on, became the school’s first black athlete to compete in any sport when he participated in track in the spring of 1965. He placed 6th in the 100-yard dash in the OVC, but was drafted into the Army that fall and never returned to MTSU.
1965 - Dean Hayes hired as the school’s first and only full-time track coach. Hayes has gone on to coach numerous NCAA Champions, Olympians, and was the field events coach for the United States in the 1988 Olympics. Hayes is in six different Halls of Fame.
December 12, 1964 - Following an 8-2-1 season and another OVC championship, Middle Tennessee hosted and played in the very first Grantland Rice Bowl, played on Horace Jones Field. They defeated Muskingham College, 20-0.
June 1963 - Gary Head wins the NCAA College Divisional National Championship and becomes the school’s first All-American in golf.
January 1, 1960 - Following their fourth consecutive OVC championship, and second unbeaten season in three years, the Blue Raiders beat Presbyterian College, 21-12, in the Tangerine (now Citrus) Bowl in Orlando, FL.
December 1957 - A 10-win season was highlighted by a defense that posted five shutouts and gave up only 40 points, a #1 NAIA national ranking, and wins over Chattanooga, Western Kentucky and Tennessee Tech.
December 1, 1956 - As a reward for winning the OVC with a perfect 5-0 record, MTSC was extended a bid to play in the Refrigerator Bowl in Evansville, Indiana. Their first bowl win would have to wait a few years, however, as the Raiders fell to Sam Houston State, 27-13.
July 1952 - Bringing all sports under one conference umbrella, the Blue Raiders would keep playing natural rivals Western Kentucky, Tennessee Tech and Murray State, but also add Eastern Kentucky and Morehead State in all sports.
1950 - The highly successful 1950 football season (9-2 record) produced the first three All-Americans in school history, fullback Max Arnold, guard Charlie Lyons and halfback Maxie Runion.
1950 - Charles (Fuzzy) Harmening became the first Blue Raider to score 1,000 points in his basketball career, finishing with 1,006 points. He played for Coach E. K. Patty in the post WWII era, from 1947-50.
1947 - Charles M. “Bubber” Murphy was hired as the head football coach. That fall his team wins the first of seven Volunteer State Athletic Conference championships. Murphy went on to become the winningest coach in school history, was later named the Director of Athletics, and the basketball facility is named in his honor.
1941 - All sports at MTSC were suspended form 1942-45 because of WWII. Athletics started again in 1946, and full teams were fielded in 1947.
1934 - After 25 years of being called Normalites, Pedagogues and Teachers, the nickname officially became Blue Raiders, when the Daily News Journal held a contest to come up with something different. Football player Charles Sarver won the contest, taking the name from the Colgate Red Raiders. His prize was $5.
1933 - A brand new football field was built, and named for the person most responsible, Horace Jones, who had neither played nor coached football. It has been the site of Middle Tennessee football ever since. Jones, after watching his school get pounded by Western Kentucky, Chattanooga and Murray State that year, helped initiate the recruiting of football players. His first recruit was Charles “Bubber” Murphy.
1917 - Giving up only 13 points in six games, the Normals posted the first unbeaten season for the fledgling football program with a 5-0-1 record, the lone blemish being a 0-0 tie with Cumberland. The team was coached by Alfred Miles. Three years later, Johnny (Red) Floyd’s team posted a 7-0 record without yielding a single point. Over the first 100 years, Middle Tennessee has had eight unbeaten seasons (five perfect ones, and three with a tie game as a blemish).
November 11, 1911 - On November 11, 1911, the Middle Tennessee Normal School, Coached by L. E. (Mutt) Weber, a student, donned football pads for the first known athletic event against another school. Initially called the “Normals” or “Pedagogues”, MTNS lost to Fitzgerald & Clark, 6-0. In 1912, the Normals avenged the defeat, 29-7.