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What conf is App State in?

The Appalachian State Mountaineers football team is the intercollegiate American football team representing Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. The Mountaineers have competed in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) and the Sun Belt Conference since 2014.


What division is App State?

NCAA Division I Football Bowl SubdivisionAppalachian State Mountaineers football / DivisionThe NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, formerly known as Division I-A, is the highest level of college football in the United States. The FBS consists of the largest schools in the National Collegiate Athletic Association. As of 2022, there are 10 conferences and 131 schools in FBS. Wikipedia


What teams make up the Sun Belt Conference?

The Sun Belt East Division will include App State, Coastal Carolina, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, James Madison, Marshall, and Old Dominion. The Sun Belt West Division will consist of Arkansas State, Louisiana, ULM, South Alabama, Southern Miss, Texas State, and Troy.


When did App State Division 1?

Appalachian State joined NCAA Division I in 1970 and has been a member of the Southern Conference since 1971. The Mountaineers have competed at the NCAA Division I FCS (Football Championship Subdivision) level since 1982 and won an unprecedented three-consecutive national championships from 2005-07.


Is Appalachian State in the ACC?

First, congratulations to the Appalachian State Mountaineers for winning their third consecutive I-AA/FCS National Championship, which has never been done before.


Is App State a party school?

Tons of raging parties almost any night of the week.


What conferences are in the group of five?

The five conferences are the American Athletic Conference (American), Conference USA (C-USA), Mid-American Conference (MAC), Mountain West Conference (MW), and Sun Belt Conference (SBC or Sun Belt).


Is the Sun Belt better than C-USA?

Sun Belt women’s basketball was ranked a spot ahead of Conference USA in the 2019-2020 NET rankings.


Is the Sun conference Division 1?

The ASUN Conference, formerly the Atlantic Sun Conference, is a collegiate athletic conference operating mostly in the Southeastern United States. The league participates at the NCAA Division I level, and will begin sponsoring football at the Division I FCS level in 2022.


What is FBS vs FCS?

It stands for Football Championship Subdivision and was known as Division I-AA from 1978-2005. The main difference between FBS and FCS is how a final winner is determined. The FBS has the four-team College Football Playoff while the FCS hosts a 24-team playoff for the NCAA D-I Football Championship.


GAME CENTER

  • Appalachian State Mountaineers
    Q4 1:55
    Touchdown
    A.Castle rushed to WKY End Zone for 9 yards. A.Castle for 9 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.Staton extra point is good.
    7 plays, 69 yds, 2:17
    59 – 38
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
    Q4 9:40
    Touchdown
    K.Robichaux rushed to APP End Zone for 2 yards. K.Robichaux for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN. B.Narveson extra point is good. PENALTY on APP-S.Jones, Defensive Offside, 5 yards, declined.
    2 plays, 2 yds, 0:09
    59 – 31
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
    Q3 2:42
    Touchdown
    B.Zappe pass complete to APP 37. Catch made by J.Sterns at APP 37. Gain of 37 yards. J.Sterns for 37 yards, TOUCHDOWN. B.Narveson extra point is good.
    6 plays, 75 yds, 2:56
    52 – 31
  • Appalachian State Mountaineers
    Q3 5:38
    Touchdown
    C.Brice pass complete to APP 38. Catch made by C.Wells at APP 38. Gain of 62 yards. C.Wells for 62 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.Staton extra point is good.
    1 plays, 62 yds, 0:18
    45 – 31
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
    Q3 5:56
    Touchdown
    B.Zappe pass complete to APP 2. Catch made by M.Tinsley at APP 2. Gain of 2 yards. M.Tinsley for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN. B.Narveson extra point is good.
    11 plays, 73 yds, 4:38
    45 – 24
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
    Q3 12:49
    Touchdown
    N.Whittington rushed to APP End Zone for 86 yards. N.Whittington for 86 yards, TOUCHDOWN. B.Narveson extra point is good.
    1 plays, 86 yds, 0:11
    38 – 24
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
    Q2 0:29
    Touchdown
    B.Zappe pass complete to APP 10. Catch made by J.Sterns at APP 10. Gain of 10 yards. J.Sterns for 10 yards, TOUCHDOWN. B.Narveson extra point is good.
    8 plays, 78 yds, 2:26
    31 – 24
  • Appalachian State Mountaineers
    Q2 2:55
    Field Goal
    C.Staton 28 yard field goal attempt is good, Center-C.Johnstone, Holder-C.Howell.
    8 plays, 64 yds, 3:59
    24 – 24
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
    Q2 6:54
    Touchdown
    B.Zappe pass complete to APP 5. Catch made by J.Beljan at APP 5. Gain of 5 yards. J.Beljan for 5 yards, TOUCHDOWN. B.Narveson extra point is good.
    8 plays, 75 yds, 2:03
    24 – 21
  • Appalachian State Mountaineers
    Q2 8:57
    Touchdown
    C.Brice pass complete to WKY 33. Catch made by D.Davis at WKY 33. Gain of 33 yards. D.Davis for 33 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.Staton extra point is good.
    5 plays, 61 yds, 2:51
    17 – 21
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
    Q2 11:48
    Field Goal
    B.Narveson 24 yard field goal attempt is good, Center-J.Bowman, Holder-J.Haggerty.
    7 plays, 64 yds, 1:21
    17 – 14
  • Appalachian State Mountaineers
    Q1 1:11
    Touchdown
    C.Brice pass complete to APP 40. Catch made by J.Virgil at APP 40. Gain of 60 yards. J.Virgil for 60 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.Staton extra point is good.
    5 plays, 76 yds, 2:00
    14 – 14
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
    Q1 3:11
    Touchdown
    B.Zappe pass complete to WKY 25. Catch made by M.Tinsley at WKY 25. Gain of 75 yards. M.Tinsley for 75 yards, TOUCHDOWN. B.Narveson extra point is good.
    1 plays, 75 yds, 0:14
    14 – 7
  • Appalachian State Mountaineers
    Q1 3:25
    Touchdown
    C.Brice pass complete to WKY 36. Catch made by M.Williams at WKY 36. Gain of 36 yards. M.Williams for 36 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.Staton extra point is good.
    6 plays, 63 yds, 2:58
    7 – 7
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
    Q1 13:14
    Touchdown
    B.Zappe pass complete to APP 1. Catch made by J.Sterns at APP 1. Gain of 1 yards. J.Sterns for 1 yards, TOUCHDOWN. B.Narveson extra point is good.
    8 plays, 74 yds, 1:46
    7 – 0
All times are Eastern Time


GAMES


NEWS

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STANDINGS

East CONF W-L HOME AWAY STRK

Logo of the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 62 112 71 41 W3

Logo of the Appalachian State Mountaineers

Appalachian State Mountaineers 71 104 71 33 L2

Logo of the Georgia State Panthers

Georgia State Panthers 62 85 42 43 W4

Logo of the Troy Trojans

Troy Trojans 35 57 33 24 L3

Logo of the Georgia Southern Eagles

Georgia Southern Eagles 26 39 24 15 L2
West CONF W-L HOME AWAY STRK

Logo of the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns

Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns 80 131 70 61 W13

Logo of the South Alabama Jaguars

South Alabama Jaguars 26 57 42 15 L4

Logo of the Texas State Bobcats

Texas State Bobcats 35 48 24 24 W1

Logo of the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks

Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks 26 48 42 06 L5

Logo of the Arkansas State Red Wolves

Arkansas State Red Wolves 17 210 15 15 L2


RANKINGS

W L PCT STRK TREND
1

Alabama Crimson Tide 13 2 .867 L1

2

2

Michigan Wolverines 12 2 .857 L1

3

Georgia Bulldogs 14 1 .933 W2

2

4

Cincinnati Bearcats 13 1 .929 L1

5

Notre Dame Fighting Irish 11 2 .846 L1

1

6

Ohio State Buckeyes 11 2 .846 W1

1

7

Baylor Bears 12 2 .857 W5

2

8

Ole Miss Rebels 10 3 .769 L1

9

Oklahoma State Cowboys 12 2 .857 W1

4

10

Michigan State Spartans 11 2 .846 W2

1

11

Utah Utes 10 4 .714 L1

6

12

Pittsburgh Panthers 11 3 .786 L1

3

13

Brigham Young Cougars 10 3 .769 L1

1

14

Oregon Ducks 10 4 .714 L2

4

15

Iowa Hawkeyes 10 4 .714 L2

2

16

Oklahoma Sooners 11 2 .846 W1

2

17

Wake Forest Demon Deacons 11 3 .786 W1

1

18

North Carolina State Wolfpack 9 3 .750 W2

19

Clemson Tigers 10 3 .769 W6

1

20

Houston Cougars 12 2 .857 W1

1

21

Arkansas Razorbacks 9 4 .692 W2

1

22

Kentucky Wildcats 10 3 .769 W4

1

23

Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns 13 1 .929 W13

1

24

San Diego State Aztecs 12 2 .857 W1

5

25

Texas A&M Aggies 8 4 .667 L1


ROSTER

NO NAME POS HT WT
6

Camerun Peoples

Camerun Peoples RB 6’2″ 220
64

Chris Lyle

Chris Lyle OL 6’4″ 285
22

Dalton Stroman

Dalton Stroman WR 6’4″ 200
35

Gerry Snyder

Gerry Snyder TE 6’0″ 220
46

Peter Hennigan

Peter Hennigan TE 6’0″ 215
51

Baer Hunter

Baer Hunter OL 6’2″ 290
0

Kanye Roberts

Kanye Roberts RB 5’11” 190
19

Austyn Chestnut

Austyn Chestnut WR 5’8″ 180
13

Christan Horn

Christan Horn WR 6’2″ 180
26

Michael Hetzel

Michael Hetzel WR 5’11” 195
67

Cole Essek

Cole Essek OL 6’6″ 250
17

DaShaun Davis

DaShaun Davis WR 5’9″ 165
0

Ryan Burger

Ryan Burger QB 6’3″ 180
80

AJ Hall

AJ Hall WR 6’1″ 200
88

Henry Pearson

Henry Pearson TE 6’3″ 250
53

Troy Everett

Troy Everett OL 6’3″ 280
74

Anderson Hardy

Anderson Hardy OL 6’6″ 280
87

Eli Wilson

Eli Wilson TE 6’3″ 215
2

Corey Sutton

Corey Sutton WR 6’3″ 205
25

Sean Horton

Sean Horton WR 6’1″ 195
0

Kanen Hamlett

Kanen Hamlett TE 6’4″ 230
54

Lyle Hiers

Lyle Hiers OL 6’5″ 295
0

Chase Tillman

Chase Tillman OL 6’4″ 250
79

Sammy Henderson

Sammy Henderson OL 6’5″ 270
78

Craig McFarland

Craig McFarland OL 6’6″ 295
70

Cooper Hodges

Cooper Hodges OL 6’4″ 295
45

Gabe Montgomery

Gabe Montgomery RB 5’8″ 200
0

Milan Tucker

Milan Tucker WR 5’11” 170
82

Jaquan Lowman

Jaquan Lowman WR 6’1″ 170
73

Jaden Lindsay

Jaden Lindsay OL 6’3″ 305
3

Jacoby Pinckney

Jacoby Pinckney WR 6’1″ 220
83

Coen Sutton

Coen Sutton WR 6’2″ 205
76

Austin Reeves

Austin Reeves OL 6’5″ 275
0

Ahmani Marshall

Ahmani Marshall RB 6’2″ 220
11

Jalen Virgil

Jalen Virgil WR 6’1″ 205
75

Damion Daley

Damion Daley OL 6’4″ 295
8

Jacob Huesman

Jacob Huesman QB 6’3″ 205
84

Da'Shawn Brown

Da’Shawn Brown WR 6’1″ 175
55

Seth Williams

Seth Williams OL 6’4″ 315
7

Chase Brice

Chase Brice QB 6’3″ 235
16

Christian Wells

Christian Wells WR 5’11” 175
68

Isaiah Helms

Isaiah Helms OL 6’3″ 310
66

Luke Smith

Luke Smith OL 6’1″ 280
44

Anderson Castle

Anderson Castle RB 6’0″ 200
21

Elijah Johnson

Elijah Johnson WR 5’11” 175
0

Kaedin Robinson

Kaedin Robinson WR 6’2″ 200
77

Colston Powers

Colston Powers OL 6’4″ 295
86

Trey Ross

Trey Ross TE 6’3″ 235
20

Nate Noel

Nate Noel RB 5’10” 175
9

Jahmir Smith

Jahmir Smith RB 5’11” 200
33

Logan Cruce

Logan Cruce RB 5’10” 170
63

Jayden Ramsey

Jayden Ramsey OL 6’6″ 270
65

Gage Blackston

Gage Blackston OL 6’4″ 285
18

Mike Evans

Mike Evans TE 6’3″ 235
81

Miller Gibbs

Miller Gibbs TE 6’4″ 225
85

David Larkins

David Larkins TE 6’5″ 245
4

Daetrich Harrington

Daetrich Harrington RB 6’0″ 190
14

Malik Williams

Malik Williams WR 5’10” 185
89

August Drews

August Drews TE 6’4″ 215
9

DC Tabscott

DC Tabscott QB 6’4″ 200


Overview

The Appalachian State Mountaineers are the athletic teams that represent Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, United States. The Mountaineers compete in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and were a member of the Southern Conference (SoCon) between 1972 and 2014. On July 1, 2014, Appalachian State moved to the Sun Belt Conference. …


Sports sponsored

Appalachian’s first baseball team took the field in 1903. The Mountaineers are coached by Kermit Smith. The Mountaineers won regular season conference titles in 1973, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, and 2012. They also won the Southern Conference Baseball Tournament in 1984 and most recently on May 18, 2012, the Appalachian State Baseball team beat Western Carolina University, becoming Southern Conference baseball champs.


Championships

Appalachian State has won three NCAA team national championships.
• Men’s (3)
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Media

Audio and video of games and events can be accessed at the internet home of Appalachian State Mountaineers athletics.
The Appalachian IMG Sports Network is a network of radio stations that can be heard across seven states in the southeast United States.


Pageantry

Yosef is the mascot for Appalachian State. The origin of the name Yosef comes from mountain talk for “yourself”, the idea being that if you are a fan, friend or alumnus and have a heart of black and gold, you are Yosef. Yosef first appeared in the 1942 edition of The Rhododendron, Appalachian’s annual yearbook. He was presented as a member of the freshman class with the name Dan’l Boone …


External links

• Official website


Overview

The Appalachian State Mountaineers football team is the intercollegiate American football team representing Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. The Mountaineers have competed in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) and the Sun Belt Conference since 2014. Appalachian plays its home games in Kidd Brewer Stadium, named after former head coach Kidd Brewer, whose 193…


History

Appalachian State began playing organized football in 1928. The coach that first year was Graydon Eggers. The Mountaineers competed as an independent before joining the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) North State Conference as a charter member in 1931. Kidd Brewer was the head coach of the Mountaineers from 1935 to 1938, leading the team to two postseason b…


Conference affiliations

• Independent (1928–1930, 1968–1971)
• North State Conference (1931–1960)
• Carolinas Conference (1961–1967)
• Southern Conference (1972–2013)


Rivalries

Known as Deeper than Hate, Appalachian State enjoys a fierce Sun Belt Conference rivalry with Georgia Southern. This rivalry has been described by many as “the best rivalry in the Group of Five.” Appalachian State holds a 20–15–1 lead through the 2021 season.
Known as the Battle for the Old Mountain Jug, Appalachian State played Western Carolina in a regional rivalry game from 1932 to 2013. The only years in that period in which the game was no…


Stadium

College Field was the home of Appalachian football from 1928 to 1961. Located at the future site of Rankin Hall and Edwin Duncan Hall, the stadium was replaced by Kidd Brewer Stadium in 1962.
Opened in 1962, Kidd Brewer Stadium was originally named Conrad Stadium after former university trustee and R.J. Reynolds executive William J. Conrad. T…


Notable games

The Miracle on the Mountain took place at Kidd Brewer Stadium on October 12, 2002, and was selected as the “ABC Sports Radio Call of the Year.” In a low-scoring affair, the Paladins elected to attempt a two-point conversion after scoring the go-ahead touchdown with 7 seconds left in the game. Leading 15–14, Furman quarterback Billy Napier’s pass was intercepted by Josh Jeffrie…


External links

• Official website

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