Marshall ends problems in Murfreesboro


Marshall finished off Middle Tennessee 38-10 in front of a national audience, Friday evening.

The Thundering Herd are now 5-3 all-time against the Blue Raiders, but it was the first time they've earned a win on the road. The Herd lost their contests in 2013 and 2015 by a combined five points, with both winning scores on the final play of the game. But Marshall overcame those troubling endings with their largest conference win on the road since beating Southern Miss 63-17 in 2014.

Marshall returns home, Saturday, to play a 4-2 Florida International team at Joan C. Edwards Stadium with kick set for 2:30 p.m.

Hear Doc Holliday and the players react to their fifth straight win:

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