Troy Sanders intercepted a pass at the App State five yard line as time expired and the Mountaineers clinched their record-tying 12th Southern Conference championship with a 33-28 triumph over Furman on Saturday at Kidd Brewer Stadium.
For the second-straight year, App State knocked Georgia Southern off its perch atop the NCAA Division I FCS rankings, downing the No. 1 Eagles, 31-28, on Saturday afternoon at jam-packed Paulson Stadium.
Jamal Jackson set career highs with 398 yards of total offense and five touchdowns accounted for to lead App State to a hard-fought 35-24 victory over visiting Elon on Saturday afternoon at Kidd Brewer Stadium.
App State rolled up 684 yards of offense and limited Coastal Carolina's vaunted passing attack to just 190 yards in a 55-14 romp over the visiting Chanticleers on Saturday afternoon at Kidd Brewer Stadium.
Perhaps the most anticipated regular-season matchup in NCAA Division I FCS history certainly lived up to the hype on Saturday night when No. 11/8 Appalachian State University topped No. 12/9 Montana in an epic battle at Kidd Brewer Stadium.
Behind a career-high 264 yards from quarterback DeAndre Presley, top-seeded Appalachian State University routed No. 21 Western Illinois in the second round playoffs at snow-covered Kidd Brewer Stadium.
No. 3 Appalachian State University raced out to 38-0 lead and cruised to a record sixth-consecutive Southern Conference championship by dismantling No. 4 Wofford, 43-13, on Saturday afternoon at Kidd Brewer Stadium.
App State takes the Old Mountain Jug back home after dismantiling Western Carolina 37-14. The Mountaineers have beaten the Catamounts in 24 of their last 26 meetings including the past six consecutive battles.
The undefeated Mountaineers cruised under the lights to a 39-10 victory over the Citadel Bulldogs. Appalachian State continued their home dominance with their 52nd victory in their last 55 games at The Rock.
The Mountaineers earned a 34-31 win over the Elon Phoenix in front of a record home crowd at The Rock. Deandre Presley put together another prolific offensive performance to lead the Apps to their fifth consecutive victory.
The Mountaineers made the most of their trip to Birmingham by claiming a 35-17 victory over Samford. Appalachian snagged four interceptions from the Bulldogs to help the Mountaineer offense rack up 459 yards.
In the 2010 season opener, Appalachian State extended its Southern Conference winning streak to 21 by overcoming a 35-14 fourth-quarter deficit. Appalachian trailed by 21 points with less than 14 minutes to go and scored four touchdowns in less than eight minutes to beat Chattanooga 42-41.