App State football is coming off a 7-6 season. Head coach Scott Satterfield is in his second year with the program and is looking to rebound in 2018. The Mountaineers return all five starters on offense and four starters on defense. App State is looking to improve on its 7-6 record from last season.
The Mountaineers opened up the season against Tennessee State, falling 38-24. Junior running back Jordan Brown led the way with 112 yards on 17 carries. The offense was led by quarterback Ryan Finley, who completed 17 of 26 passes for 185 yards with one touchdown and one interception. The defense allowed 458 yards of total offense.
App State next played Western Kentucky, falling 63-24. Quarterback Mike White completed 20 of 33 passes for 269 yards and four touchdowns, but also had two interceptions. The Mountaineers’ defense allowed 584 yards of total offense. The Mountaineers then traveled to Tulsa to take on the Golden Hurricane.
App State football schedule 2023
The App State football schedule for the 2023 season was released on Wednesday, January 17th. The Mountaineers will open the season at home against Charleston Southern on September 2nd. App State will then travel to face Middle Tennessee on September 9th. The Mountaineers will finish their non-conference schedule with a home game against Eastern Kentucky on September 16th.
The Mountaineers will then open their SEC schedule on October 7th against Ole Miss. App State will finish their SEC slate with a game against Alabama on November 18th. The Mountaineers will then travel to face Mississippi State on November 25th. App State will finish out the regular season with a home game against Chattanooga on December 2nd. The Mountaineers will also participate in the SEC Championship game on December 7th.
App State football tickets
When it comes to App State football tickets, you can’t go wrong with the options available to you. Whether you’re looking for single-game tickets or season tickets, you’re sure to find the right option for you.
One of the great things about App State football tickets is that they’re affordable. Whether you’re looking to buy individual tickets or packages, you’re sure to find a deal that’s right for you.
Another great thing about App State football tickets is the variety of seating options available to you. Whether you’re looking for a great view from the upper levels or a more intimate experience down in the stands, you’re sure to find the right seats.
Finally, one of the great things about App State football tickets is the atmosphere that’s created by the fans. Whether you’re looking to get into the game early or tailgate all day long, you’re sure to have a great time at App State football games.
App State football roaster
App State football fans rejoice! The 2017 season is finally here and there’s no better way to kick off the season than with a delicious App State football roast. Starting on September 2nd and running through the final game of the season, the Roaster will be open every day from 11 am to 2 pm in the lobby of the Student Union. There is something for everyone at the Roaster, so make sure to swing by and enjoy some delicious App State football snacks.
We can’t wait to see you there!
App State football stadium
When it comes to college football stadiums, App State has some of the best in the business. The stadium, originally built in 1930, underwent a $60 million renovation in 2005 that included a new press box, luxury boxes, and a new playing surface. The stadium has a capacity of 30,000 and is home to the Appalachian State Mountaineers football team.
App State football depth chart
As we head into the preseason, here is the App State football depth chart. Quarterbacks: Tyler Beck, Nick Mullens, Cody Hawkins Running backs: Jarveon Williams, Rakeem Cato, Devante Mays Wide receivers: Isaiah McKenzie, Kamar Aiken, J.D. McKissic Tight ends: Evan Engram, David Sills, Gerald Everett Offensive line: Laremy Tunsil, Austin Golson, Cody Whitehair, Austin Shepherd Defensive line: Robert Nkemdiche, Da’Shawn Hand, Kapron Lewis-Moore, Marquis Haynes Linebackers: Devante Bond, Reggie Ragland, Keith Marshall, LaQuinton Ross Defensive backs: D.J. White, Justin Lawler, Tony Washington, Jomal Wiltz.