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2011 Schedule – Wofford’s date is set

At what time would you like your beatdown to start?Half the schedule is now out. App State in the dog pound, October 1 – “The Terriers will open Sept. 3 at Presbyterian and will then take on Clemson in Death Valley on Sept. 10. The Terriers also play a non-conference game next season at home against NAIA Virginia-Wise.”

WHAT WE KNOW. Look left. That’s the App State schedule … so far.


  1. Asubradley

    January 20, 2011 at 10:20 am

    Using what we now know from every other university's schedule, we should now be able to completely schedule. Someone please do the math!!!!

  2. Dr. Gonzo

    January 20, 2011 at 10:34 am

    Sweet. I'm so excited to play at the smallest D1 school in the nation. FBS!

  3. biggie

    January 20, 2011 at 11:33 am


    They have a good chance of beating us, keep calling for the F(BS) then.

  4. AB

    January 20, 2011 at 11:41 am

    Someone scheduled their way into the playoffs, PC and VA-Wise?

  5. ceez

    January 20, 2011 at 1:05 pm

    They took notes from asu. We schedule ourselves into the playoffs and to play at home

  6. Dr. Gonzo

    January 20, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    I certainly will. They may have a good team because the worst owner in he NFL went there, but the Smallcon sucks compared to us. Wofford may beat us here and there but, as the last 3 years have shown, they can't contend as a program. Of course a well coached team with alot of money can pull off the upset every 4 years when we have the same amount of scholarships. I'm excited for VT. I'm excited for the conf games because they are conference games. Isn't that the only appeal? Other than "oh wofford beat us one year I hate those guys." Wouldn't you rather play NC State at home?

  7. Derek

    January 20, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    I'm glad we finally did it in a way. We didn't get a NC, but Montana has been doing it for a while now!! Don't see a problem with it, if the pollsters don't see anything wrong!

  8. clayton

    January 20, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    Al Davis went to Syracuse.

  9. AppOrange

    January 20, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    It hurts, but true. He did go to Wittenberg College first, does that take away a little of the shame?

  10. mtdSecurity

    January 20, 2011 at 8:26 pm

    Asubradley & Appfan,

    I have done the internet Math on Southern Conference Football Schedules. Appalachian St Football Schedule for 2011 can not be finalize at this time yet. So far only GA Southern, Wofford, Citadel, & Furman have finalized 2011 Schedules.

    It appears all teams have decided their FBS opponents.
    App St at VA Tech 9/3
    GA Southern at Alabama 11/19
    Wofford at Clemson 9/10
    Samford at Auburn 11/5 or TBA
    Citadel at South Carolina 11/19
    Western Carolina at GA Tech 9/3 or TBA
    Chattanooga at Nebraska 9/3 or TBA
    Furman at Florida 11/19
    Elon at Vanderbilt 9/3 or TBA (Elon will lose)

    It appears all teams have decided their opening game.
    GA Southern at Samford (Conference Game)
    Wofford at Presbyterian
    Elon at (FBS) Vanderbilt
    Jacksonville at Citadel
    Western Carolina at (FBS) GA Tech
    Chattanooga at (FBS) Nebraska
    Coastal Carolina at Furman
    Appalachian St at (FBS) VA Tech

    At this point Here is what I come up with for Appalachian State 2011 Schedule.
    9/3 – At VA Tech
    10/1 – at Wofford
    10/15 – at Citadel
    10/29 – GA Southern
    11/5 – at Furman
    I think Appalachian is trying to finalize NC A&T for 9/10. Yes, I known a lot of fans do not want to see this. We have to schedule at least one really easy game. It is this or a top rated D2 team what would you rather have?

    I will continue to update my sheet as other Southern Conference teams finalize their schedules.

  11. mtdSecurity

    January 20, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    I saw the note for App St games on Side. It States Chattanooga on 9/24. Not sure where we got this information. Chattanooga schedule is not finalize or at least I can't find it. If this is true than I think bye week will be either 9/10 or 9/17, NC A&T will probably be the other.

  12. carbine

    January 21, 2011 at 8:23 am

    I'm as frustrated as the next guy with having to schedule weak non-conference opponents, but I can understand why it's good policy. We have three or four non-conference games every season, and we always ask one of the 'big boys' to give us a shot; we should be willing to let a D-II or bottom-rung FCS school come and take a shot at us (and get a paycheck for it). It's just good citizenship.

  13. HGW

    January 21, 2011 at 8:33 am

    Appalachian is trying to finalize NC A&T for 9/10? You can't be serious. Appalachian always boast about their strength of schedule.If you want completition cming out of the MEAC sign up South Carolina State. C'mon Coach Moore. Don't be afraid.

  14. sideline

    January 21, 2011 at 10:42 am

    We have to schedule at least one really easy game. It is this or a top rated D2 team what would you rather have?
    Comment by mtdSecurity 01.21.11 @ 12:26 am

    This is not an argument it is a question.
    Why do we have to do that?

  15. carbine

    January 21, 2011 at 4:18 pm

    We don't "have to." We do it because we usually draw a pretty good crowd, we get a chance to play some guys that would otherwise ride out the year on the bench, and it's good sportsmanship to give smaller schools the same chance to step up that we ask of FBS schools. Not the best football you'll see all season, and it does expose our team to some risk, but on balance it's to our advantage.

  16. asu7

    January 22, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    I love the odd year schedules.

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