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  • Defense and Boggs finding right-hand man in flory

    Spring practices wrapped last week for the back-to-back Camellia Bowl Champs, and the defense is starting to put together another stellar unit for the 2017-18 season. Trying to fill in the vacancies for linebackers John Law and Kennan Gilchrist, speed is already becoming a very noticeable factor. Junior outside...
  • Malachi back in the High Country

    Malachi Jones’ walks through campus are much different now than they were a little over year ago. Walking around last year, Jones was a starting wide receiver for the App State Mountaineers football team, a top target for quarterback Taylor Lamb and a Camellia Bowl victor to finish his...
  • App State announces three-game football series with UNC

    App State football announced another big matchup against an in-state school just a month after announcing a series with East Carolina. Appalachian State agreed on Monday to a three-game football series with North Carolina Chapel Hill that is set to begin on Sept. 21, 2019 at Kenan Stadium. The...
  • The next generation of Mountaineers

    National Signing Day took place on Feb. 1 and high school football players from all over the country signed their letters of intent, cementing their verbal commitments. On that day, App State signed 18 new recruits, the 104th ranked class in the country. Just like last season, two early-enrollee...
  • Character plays key role in App’s signing day

    Transitioning from the FCS to the FBS only a few years ago, more than just the quality of football has changed at Appalachian State University. While the dust settles on the field after a matter of hours, another aspect of Mountaineer football takes more time to come to its...
  • Mountaineers ink 18 on National Signing Day

    App State football wrapped up recruiting season on the Feb. 1. National Signing Day, inking 18 recruits for the fall. The Mountaineers filled the spots of those lost seamlessly by 15 graduating seniors, bringing in guys to fill needs at every position. Signing Day started and ended early, as...
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  • Goodbye Marcus

    Just over four years ago a two-star recruit running back by the name of Marcus Cox stepped onto the turf of Kidd-Brewer Stadium as the Appalachian State Mountaineers remained in the FCS for only one more season. Transitioning to the Sun Belt from the Southern Conference wouldn’t intimidate Cox,...
  • 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...
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