Happy belated birthday to Nic Cardwell, who turned 23 last Sunday (December 23).
JOB: A blocking tight-end who steps on Spiders.
KEY STATS: Three of his seven TDs found six this season, including two late TDs in that semifinal win over Richmond.
WHAT HE CAN DO: Preach the Word. His post-Michigan sermon is a highlight of Under The Lights.
REASON TO LOVE HIM: He’s a feel-good story, coming back from a neck injury to nab a . . . → Read More: Let's get happy …
UPDATE – Via The Cut, here’s a jpg of the SI article on I-AA.
SI’s college football quote of the year, as printed in the latest issue.
The issue the week prior had a writeup on Histor3, focused primarily on the current NFL greats to hail from the land of the double A. Love that graphic, though I’m sure John Holt has much larger arms.
Observer writer makes us No. 1! Just ignore No. 7.
App State season just like movie Rounders. Our newest RB sensation settled for half-scholarship to App versus full scholarship to the before-mentioned – yet still ignored – No. 7.
K-Rich gets listed No. 8. Three-time champ falls below first-year chumps.
Chattanooga’s better than any bowl game. And this is from someone who left the Dirty ‘Nooga with a loss.
Where’s App State? We make No. 126 on ESPN.com’s most . . . → Read More: APP-propre links
Taken by richmondapp and posted at the Mountaineer Message Board.
App State at ETSU Sunday at 3 p.m.
Five questions. Five answers.
What’s on the line? A win would put the Apps above .500 for the first second time this season. It would also give the team a three-game win streak – its longest of the season. A loss would be the program’s eighth in its last 13 games and kill any post-Arkansas momentum.
How tough are the Bucs? Hard to say. They’re 5-7, but 3-0 at home (Eastern . . . → Read More: Apps head back to the warehouse
Now on the ebays – Appalachian State Univ. Offense Football Video Playbook.
Appalachian State University Offensive Cut-Ups. A Coaches Delight. Excellent Coaching Material Fully Shown in Great Detail on what makes this Offense Click. GREAT VIDEO, Fantastic Addition For Any Coaches Library. VHS Format.
The seller’s address is listed as California. The sole bid is $19.95 from someone named sarianides123, which is a really odd name. I guess lambisdesperate42 would be too . . . → Read More: Psst … hey buddy … wanna know App State's secrets
Matt Stevens was an App State great. Member of the All-time 75th anniversary football team. An App State Hall of Famer. Third round NFL draft pick. Eight-year NFL pro. Super Bowl starter. Super Bowl champ. A possible coaching job back at App State.
Then the wreck happened.
Police estimate he was doing 130 mph when his motorcycle left a road in eastern Tennessee that day last March. A metal pole holding a speed-limit sign was severed.
“Just me being . . . → Read More: Some very long days ahead
Kitna KO. Jason Hunter gives an awfully mean hug.
Green Bay plays host to the Detroit Sunday in the NFL’s final weekend of regular season games. That means Jason Hunter might get to re-introduce himself to Jon Kitna (see above), and maybe add more sprinkles to what has been a delicious second season in the bigs.
Last year, Hunter “struggled hard” on special teams, according to coach Mike Stock, and made just eight tackles. Hunter admits that he . . . → Read More: Hunter continues to be a problem (for others)
I was out and about doing the holiday thang when a bud rang my cell.
“Dude, did you hear about the Arkansas game?”
“Nope,” I said, waiting for the punchline.
“Dude, we won! We beat Arkansas.”
I wasn’t convinced, but sure enough – Yes way.
A career day from freshman Donald Sims and a 20-point performance from Donte Minter led the Appalachian State University men’s basketball team to a thrilling 74-67 victory over Arkansas on . . . → Read More: So about that big win
Matt Vetter apparently gets the Greensboro News & Record. And he wasn’t too happy when he read the issue published the day of December 15, 2007 A.D. (App Dyna3ty).
Expecting in-depth coverage of an in-state team getting its in-trophy groove on, he instead got a report as brief as a kindergarten essay, and probably as well written. It was an AP article and, well, let him rant about it.
Chattanooga is 400 miles from Greensboro and you seriously could . . . → Read More: The 3Peat Nation fears no one
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