In the first-ever meeting with new conference opponent Georgia State (1-8, 0-6 Sun Belt), App State (3-5, 2-2 Sun Belt) dominated the Panthers, winning 44-0. App State’s offense gouged Georgia State’s defense early and often, finishing the day with 469 yards rushing. This was the second week in a row the offense was able to
App State hosts the Georgia State Panthers today in hopes of securing a second-consecutive Sun Belt Conference victory. The Mountaineers were impressive in a 53-14 rout of Troy on the road two weeks ago, before the team had its final bye week. Georgia State comes into this game at the bottom of the Sun Belt,
Riding a four-game losing streak, App State (1-5, 0-2 Sun Belt) heads into a Sun Belt clash with Troy (1-5, 1-1 Sun Belt), a team that just snapped a five-game skid of its own. The Trojans defeated New Mexico State 41-24 for its first victory of the season. “The game was highly competitive and those
Wake County Superior Court Judge Donald Stephens ruled Monday the State Board of Elections’ plan to not include an early voting site on Appalachian State University’s campus is unconstitutional. “The early voting plan submitted by the majority members of the Watauga County Board of Elections was arbitrary and capricious,” according to the court order. “All
As a result of the weather forecast, today’s homecoming event times have been altered, according to a university release. As of Thursday night, The Knob race – a two-mile race to the top of Howard’s Knob – will still begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Watauga County Library. Participants are encouraged to check triplecrownappstate.edu for
Watauga County Republican Party Chairwoman Anne-Marie Yates filed a formal complaint against Appalachian State University on Monday in order to receive emails she requested from the university 11 months ago. The request is for the emails of Stella Anderson, a management professor at Appalachian. “Appalachian State University has received multiple public records requests from Anne-Marie
Hosting its first ever Sun Belt conference game, App State (1-4, 0-2 Sun Belt) struggled to keep up with South Alabama (3-2, 2-1 Sun Belt), losing 47-21. The Jaguars, led by senior quarterback Brandon Bridge, finished with 582 total yards. Bridge led the way with 339 passing yards and three touchdowns.