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Middle Tennessee coach Rick Insell could tell during the five-hour bus ride to the NCAA tournament that his players were starting to heal.
A teenager charged in the fatal stabbing of a Middle Tennessee State University basketball player is scheduled to appear in court Thursday morning.
Middle Tennessee officials are meeting with the Blue Raiders women's basketball team and will let the squad decide if they want to play in the upcoming Sun Belt Conference tournament after the stabbing death of their teammate.
The attorney for the 18-year-old charged with stabbing Middle Tennessee guard Tina Stewart to death says his client acted in self-defense.
The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders women's basketball team spent most of Thursday grieving the stabbing death of teammate Tina Stewart and agonizing over the decision to play in the Sun Belt Conference tournament.