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Team: Appalachian State Mountaineers
Conference: Sun Belt Conference
Home Games:Kidd Brewer Stadium
Head Coach: Eliah Drinkwitz
Award-Winning Players: 1995 Buck Buchanan Award - Dexter Coakley, 2008 Walter Payton Award - Armanti Edwards
Rivals: Georgia Southern, Marshall University
Appalachian State Mountaineers TicketsThe Appalachian State Mountaineers football team has been playing organized football collegiately since 1928. The team has been delivering exceptional game experiences to its fans ever since and has a good reputation as a tough school to play. During its career, the Appalachian State Mountaineers football team has had many winning seasons, won conference titles and played in numerous bowl games. The Appalachian State Mountaineers football team has won over 550 games, played in the Division-I FCS playoffs 20 times and won three FBS national championships. The team was ranked as No. 25 for their first appearance in the AP Top 25 in 2018, and ESPN has rated them as one of the 50 best football programs over the last 150 years. To be a part of this guaranteed excitement, grab your Appalachian State Mountaineers football tickets at StubHub and get ready to celebrate with Yosef, the mountain man mascot of the Mountaineers.
Which coaches have been honored at Appalachian State?Jerry Moore is considered the top coach at Appalachian State. He won 10 Southern Conference titles and three national championships as head coach of the Mountaineers. He has been named Coach of the Year for three consecutive years and received the Long Leaf Pine Award from the State of North Carolina. Appalachian State recently recognized Moore with a statue and plaza area on campus.
What conference is Appalachian State a member of?Appalachian State has belonged to different conferences during its long career playing football. The team began as Independent, and then it was part of the North State Conference until 1960. It was in the Carolinas Conference from 1961 until 1967, in the Southern Conference between 1972-2013 and has been in the Sun Belt Conference since 2014. Appalachian State has won 21 conference titles, including 10 in the Southern Conference, which is the second largest number of wins in the history of the Southern Conference.
What national titles has the Appalachian State Mountaineers won?The Mountaineers team has won the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision title for three consecutive years: 2005, 2006 and 2007. It is the fifth team in FCS history to play in the national championship game for three straight years.
Where do the Appalachian State Mountaineers play?The Mountaineers call the Kidd Brewer Stadium home. Originally named Conrad Stadium, this venue opened in 1962. The stadium is surrounded by the beautiful High Country and is housed in an attractive and modern campus. The stadium can seat 30,000 and has undergone many renovations. One of the newest additions is a new video board that is 2,500 square feet with 13HD technology. It measures 50 feet in height and 90 feet in width for the scoreboard, and the LED display is more than 37 feet in height and 67 feet wide. The playing surface of FieldTurf's Revolution artificial grass was placed in 2011, becoming the first venue in the US to have it. Conrad Stadium was renamed Kidd Brewer Stadium in 1988 to honor Kidd Brewer, a successful head coach at Appalachian State from 1935-1938.
What is the schedule for the Appalachian State Mountaineers?You can always count on the Mountaineers playing a tough schedule every year with demanding rivals. For the year 2019, the Mountaineers will play the East Tennessee State Buccaneers on Aug. 31, the Charlotte 49ers on Sep. 7, the North Carolina Tar Heels on Sep. 21, the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers on Sep. 28, the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns on Oct. 9, the University of Louisiana Monroe Warhawks on Oct. 19, the South Alabama Jaguars on Oct. 26, the Georgia Southern Eagles on Oct. 31, the South Carolina Gamecocks on Nov. 9, the Georgia State Panthers on Nov. 16, the Texas State Bobcats on Nov. 23 and the Troy Trojans on Nov. 29.
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