• Second quarter woes leads to loss

    Two days removed from what head coach Angel Elderkin called a “bizarre” shooting game where the App State women’s basketball team shot 19.6 percent from the field, the Mountaineers started off hot against the UT Arlington Mavericks, shooting 70 percent in the first quarter. After that, the Mountaineers (8-12,...
  • A season to remember

    App State senior linebacker Kennan Gilchrist knocked the ball loose in overtime out of Tennessee quarterback Josh Dobbs’ hands in the Mountaineers first game of the season on a Thursday night, and it was almost a hit heard around the college football world. Except, it wasn’t. Vol’s running back...
  • The pros and cons to a group of five playoff system in college football

    Prior to the College Football Playoff system’s existence in 2014, the highest collegiate conferences were called the “Automatic Qualifying” conferences, meaning every conference champion received a berth to a major bowl game. The non-AQ conferences and independent schools would only receive a major bowl invitation if they ranked high...
  • Camellia Bowl champions once again

    Just one year after needing a fourth quarter comeback and a game winning field goal to win the Camellia Bowl, the Appalachian State Mountaineers (10-3, 7-1 Sun Belt) held off the Toledo Rockets (9-4, 6-2 MAC) 31-28 to win their second straight Camellia Bowl Championship. A game that the...
  • App State heading back to Camellia Bowl

    Almost a year after winning in a thrilling 31-29 comeback over Ohio University in the Raycom Camellia Bowl, the Appalachian State Mountaineers will be making a return trip to play Toledo (9-3, 6-2 MAC) on December 17 at 5:30 E.T on ESPN in Montgomery, Alabama where they picked up...
  • Multitude of bowl game possibilities for App State

    The App State football team was given new life this weekend when UL-Lafayette knocked off conference leader Arkansas State. Not only does this give the Mountaineers at least a share of their first Sun Belt Conference crown, but it shakes up where they will end up in bowl season....
  • Blue Devils too much to handle for Mountaineers

    Thirty-five years since App State men’s basketball upset the Duke Blue Devils 75-70 at Cameron Indoor Stadium and 29 years since the two teams have faced each other, the Mountaineers (2-3) were no match this time for the No.6 Blue Devils (6-1) losing 93-58 as Duke won their 129th...
  • Cox’s record breaking day highlights Senior Day victory

    In the coldest game of the season for App State football, senior running back Marcus Cox chose Senior Day and the last home game of the season to officially become App State’s all-time leading rusher with a 25-yard rushing touchdown early in the fourth quarter en route to the...
  • Davidson’s second half run dooms Mountaineers

    App State men’s basketball ultimately fell short 86-74 in a hard-fought battle against Davidson College in their first game of the season despite leading a majority of the way. Being the first game between the two teams since leaving the Southern Conference three years ago and highlighting Fox’s return...
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