100 Miles of Hate

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100 Miles of Hate
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Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders WKU Hilltoppers

Sport(s) Football
Total meetings 62
Series record Middle Tennessee leads, 32–29–1
First meeting October 10, 1914
Middle Tennessee 47, Western Kentucky 0
Last meeting November 1, 2012
Middle Tennessee 34, Western Kentucky 29
Next meeting September 13, 2014
Largest win Western Kentucky, 54–0 (1978)
Longest win streak Western Kentucky, 7 (1928–1934)
Current win streak Middle Tennessee, 1 (2012–present)

100 Miles of Hate[1][2] is the name given to refer to an American college football rivalry between the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders football team of the Middle Tennessee State University and Western Kentucky Hilltoppers football team of Western Kentucky University. Both universities have been members of several conferences such as Ohio Valley Conference and the Sun Belt Conference together since the rivalry first started in 1914.[3] The rivalry was on hiatus from 1991 to 2007 after when Western Kentucky transition to the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision play and moved to the Sun Belt Conference in 2009. After Middle Tennessee left the Sun Belt conference for Conference USA in 2013, the rivalry was unknown when the two schools would play again.[4] Then on April 1, 2013, Conference USA announced that Western Kentucky will begin play in 2014 in their conference, which will rekindle the rivalry.[5]

Game results[edit]

Middle Tennessee victories are shaded ██ blue. Western Kentucky victories are shaded ██ red. Ties are shaded in white.

Date Location Winner Score Series
October 10, 1914 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 47–0 MT 1–0
November 11, 1921 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 15–7 MT 2–0
October 6, 1922 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 31–0 MT 2–1
October 18, 1924 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 44–0 Tied 2–2
October 17, 1925 Murfreesboro, TN Tied 7–7 Tied 2–2–1
October 20, 1928 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 19–0 WK 3–2–1
September 28, 1929 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 19–0 WK 4–2–1
October 18, 1930 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 13–7 WK 5–2–1
October 17, 1931 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 13–0 WK 6–2–1
October 15, 1932 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 21–7 WK 7–2–1
September 30, 1933 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 32–0 WK 8–2–1
October 27, 1934 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 14–0 WK 9–2–1
October 26, 1935 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 7–0 WK 9–3–1
October 17, 1936 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 9–0 WK 9–4–1
October 28, 1939 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 26–2 WK 10–4–1
October 26, 1940 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 13–0 WK 11–4–1
October 3, 1941 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 15–7 WK 12–4–1
September 20, 1952 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 33–19 WK 13–4–1
September 19, 1953 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 13–0 WK 13–5–1
October 2, 1954 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 7–6 WK 14–5–1
October 1, 1955 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 25–13 WK 14–6–1
September 29, 1956 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 7–6 WK 14–7–1
October 5, 1957 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 26–7 WK 14–8–1
October 4, 1958 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 10–7 WK 14–9–1
October 3, 1959 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 37–2 WK 14–10–1
October 1, 1960 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 20–13 WK 15–10–1
September 30, 1961 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 14–6 WK 15–11–1
September 29, 1962 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 17–0 WK 15–12–1
October 5, 1963 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 16–6 WK 16–12–1
October 3, 1964 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 9–0 WK 16–13–1
October 2, 1965 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 21–0 WK 16–14–1
October 1, 1966 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 33–9 WK 16–15–1
November 4, 1967 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 16–14 Tied 16–16–1
November 9, 1968 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 43–2 WK 17–16–1
November 8, 1969 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 28–14 WK 18–16–1
November 7, 1970 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 17–13 WK 18–17–1
November 6, 1971 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 27–13 Tied 18–18–1
November 4, 1972 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 21–17 MT 19–18–1
November 3, 1973 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 42–8 Tied 19–19–1
November 9, 1974 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 36–10 WK 20–19–1
November 8, 1975 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 24–10 WK 21–19–1
November 6, 1976 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 38–7 WK 22–19–1
November 5, 1977 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 21–19 WK 22–20–1
November 4, 1978 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 54–0 WK 23–20–1
November 3, 1979 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 17–12 WK 24–20–1
November 8, 1980 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 30–15 WK 25–20–1
November 14, 1981 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 31–17 WK 25–21–1
November 6, 1982 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 31–16 WK 25–22–1
November 5, 1983 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 26–7 WK 25–23–1
November 3, 1984 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 45–24 WK 25–24–1
November 9, 1985 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 41–9 Tied 25–25–1
September 26, 1987 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 28–16 WK 26–25–1
September 17, 1988 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 13–10 Tied 26–26–1
September 16, 1989 Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky 31–16 WK 27–26–1
September 22, 1990 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 20–7 Tied 27–27–1
October 5, 1991 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 23–21 MT 28–27–1
September 20, 2007 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 20–17 Tied 28–28–1
November 15, 2008 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 21–10 MT 29–28–1
October 24, 2009 Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee 62–24 MT 30–28–1
November 20, 2010 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 27–26 MT 31–28–1
October 6, 2011 Murfreesboro, TN Western Kentucky 36–33 MT 31–29–1
November 1, 2012 Bowling Green, KY Middle Tennessee 34–29 MT 32–29–1
September 13, 2014 Murfreesboro, TN

References[edit]

  1. ^ Austin Lewis (February 9, 2011). "Inside the Rivalry : 100 Miles of Hate". rivals.com. Retrieved 2014-06-07. 
  2. ^ https://twitter.com/AdamSellsKY/status/263990255869378560
  3. ^ "Middle Tennessee State Game by Game against Opponents". cfbdatawarehouse.com. Retrieved 2014-04-06. 
  4. ^ McMurphy, Brett (November 29, 2012). "C-USA adds FAU, Middle Tennessee". ESPN. 
  5. ^ Kevin Kelley (April 1, 2013). "Western Kentucky to join Conference USA in 2014". fbschedules.com. Retrieved April 6, 2014.