App State agains No. 1. What a pretty cup.
Former App player resigns. Manuel wants to be a full-time administrator.
Apps versus Heels. Get your hockey on!
Go nuts for App State. These are great at a family BBQ.
What if there was a NCAA baseball NIT? App State would be in the Florida bracket. Say wha?
App State baseball leads in league diversity. Black athletes just aren’t too into baseball right now.
Bunn love online. As of this . . . → Read More: APP-propre links
Former App State lineman Jeremy Robertson (No. 70) protecting his QB with the Columbus Lions. The team is 8-3 and owns second place in the American Indoor Football League’s South Division.
It’s not one of THE numbers, but App State jersey No. 35 seems to be popular all of a sudden.
First, earlier this week a Dallas Cowboy fan blog asked its readers to vote for the greatest Cowboy player to wear No. 35. Among the nominees -
Jimmy Armstrong, DB, Appalachian State, 1987
Statistics: He started two games as a replacement player.
Armstrong wore No. 25 at App State from 1983-86. He was a hero in Sparky Woods first . . . → Read More: A random look at number 35
Think all the details in the upcoming Battle Royal in the Bayou are set? Think again.
ESPN wants a piece of the action. Bad.
Alleva, attending the SEC Spring Meeting, said Thursday that ESPN has shown “a lot of interest” in televising the Tigers’ Aug. 30 season opener against Appalachian State in Tiger Stadium.
A sticking point has been the time of kickoff. LSU is pushing for an evening kickoff while ESPN was hoping for an afternoon start.
LSU . . . → Read More: ESPN still playing footsie with LSU over App State
3Peat Nation isn’t always slinging salt and vinegar at our SoCon siblings. Occasionally, we play nice. And today is another such day.
So happy anniversary to our friends down in the ‘Whee! It was 15 years ago this preseason that mighty, mighty Western Carolina was picked as the No. 1 team in I-AA, according to Sports Illustrated. Even more remarkable is not so much that Western Carolina is in such a poll, but that App State is not. . . . → Read More: Celebrating a big anniversa-Whee
Ask and ye shall dream.
Make your own App State themed jerseys at NFLShop.com. Just be forewarned, “Lynch” is a banned word. (Seriously)
App State gets ready for its closeup. Documentary on The Upset now up for an Emmy.
Sports News looks to App State-LSU. By the way, did you know this?
Now here’s an odd couple football reunion. App State and THE University of Miami players only.
You may not see another Buc return. That is, if the Human Blur gets the job.
Dexter can’t stop smiling. Welcome to RayJay, Dex. I hope you go 7-1 there.
More un-love for the . . . → Read More: APP-prope links
Any Given Saturday has released its 2008 preseason football poll, and the SoCon is just a ga-ga over it.
3Peat Nation owns the top spot, as it has for the past two ASG pre-polls. Five league brethren also make the cut, including Wofford (10), Elon (15), Georgia Southern (16), The Citadel (21) and Furman (25). (What? No Samford??)
The Colonial Athletic Association (official motto – App State is our Daddy) also has six teams on the hit list. The . . . → Read More: Look! A poll! A preseason poll!
And the first kiss on ABC’s The Bachelorette goes to ………
Graham “Always Served Hot” Bunn!
Admit it, doesn’t he just make you wanna melt?
Actually, it makes me want some coffee. Looks like a promo shot for a Folger’s commercial.
So last night the former App State point guard turned “hunky charity-starting drinkslinger” got some solo time with the incredibly desperate hottie DeAnna Pappas. And, well, I’ll let someone else lay it out (I’m starting to . . . → Read More: Falling for some hot Bunn lovin'
Meet Ms. Dewey. Ask her what she knows about App State and this screenshot is one of her many automated replies.
Given our offense next season, she’s gonna need a bigger gun.
Oh, and ask her about Western Carolina and she goes for much less powerful weaponry (of course!).
Happy birthday to Leonard Love, who turns 21 years old today.
JOB: After three seasons coming off the bench, he’s penciled in as a starter at nickelback.
KEY STATS: He had 19 tackles in 15 games last season (with two starts), but netted eight of those stops in his first start against Michi-WHO?
CAREER HIGHLIGHT: His fourth-quarter interception at the Big House, with App State leading by just five. Love caught the ball at the 15 and . . . → Read More: Let's get happy …