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Sat. 9/12 Sun. 10/18 Sat. 11/21
@ USC
TBA
vs. NMSt
TBA
@ Auburn
TBA

Appalachian St wins 6th in row, beats Idaho 45-28

BOONE, N.C. (AP) Taylor Lamb passed for 223 yards and three touchdowns as Appalachian State fought past Idaho twice in the early going to defeat the Vandals 45-28, running its win streak to six games on Saturday.

Lamb completed 13 of 20 passes and hit three different receivers - Shaedon Meadors, Tacoi Sumler and Bobo Beathard - for touchdowns as the Mountaineers (7-5, 6-2 Sun Belt) will finish third in conference in their inaugural FBS season.

Appalachian State had to come from behind - Idaho drove 75 yards in 17 plays to lead 6-0, converting twice on third down and once on fourth. When the Mountaineers got the ball Lamb found Meador for a 59-yard TD, the third time this season they scored on their first play.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: M. Linehan2540
Passing TDs: M. Linehan11
Rushing Yards: E. Penny589
Rushing TDs: E. Penny12
Receiving Yards: J. McCain1162
Receiving TDs: J. McCain9
Interceptions: C. Edwards2
Schedule 2015
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/12 at 20 USC TBA
10/18 vs. New Mexico State TBA
11/21 at 22 Auburn TBA
Sun Belt
  Conference Overall
Georgia Southern 8-0 9-3
Louisiana-Lafayette 7-1 9-4
Appalachian State 6-2 7-5
Texas State 5-3 7-5
Arkansas State 5-3 7-6
South Alabama 5-3 6-7
Louisiana-Monroe 3-5 4-8
Troy 3-5 3-9
Idaho 1-7 1-10
New Mexico State 1-7 2-10
Georgia State 0-8 1-11
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 4591 (87)
Passing Yards: 3031 (52)
Rushing Yards: 1560 (100)
Points per game: 25.0 (87)
Yards per game: 417.4 (54)
Touchdowns: 35 (87)
Field Goals: 11 (92)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5090 (57)
Passing Yards: 2382 (17)
Rushing Yards: 2708 (101)
Points per game: 37.3 (105)
Yards per game: 462.7 (106)
Touchdowns: 50 (97)
Field Goals: 12 (35)
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