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Appalachian State 45, Middle Tennessee 13: 5 Thoughts On The R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

Appalachian State beat Middle Tennessee 45-13 to win the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. Five thoughts and analysis of the win, and what it all means. 1,223 more words

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American Solar Challenge 2018: The run to Burns

I recently got my hands on the GPS tracker data for the American Solar Challenge last July. Above (for the 6 Challengers completing the stage) and below (for the Cruisers) are distance/speed charts for the run from Craters of the Moon to Burns, which seems the… 170 more words

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New Orleans Bowl Preview

Dale Money | December 15th, 2018

Appalachian State enters its R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl matchup against Middle Tennessee without a permanent head coach. Having just recently lost Scott Satterfield to Louisville, Mark Ivey will step in and coach the Mountaineers for now. 863 more words

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R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl: Appalachian State vs. Middle Tennessee Fearless Prediction, Game Preview

R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl: Appalachian State vs. Middle Tennessee fearless prediction and game preview.

Broadcast

Date: Saturday, December 15th
Game Time: 9:00 ET
Venue: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA… 1,899 more words

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Raycom Media Camellia Bowl: Eastern Michigan vs. Georgia Southern Fearless Prediction, Game Preview

Raycom Media Camellia Bowl: Eastern Michigan vs. Georgia Southern fearless prediction and game preview.

Broadcast

Date: Saturday, December 15th
Game Time: 5:30 ET
Venue: Cramton Bowl, Montgomery, AL… 1,952 more words

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For The Good Of Everyone, The American Needs To Drop "P6"

For the good of everyone, the AAC really needs to drop “P6”

When the American Athletic Conference dubbed itself “TheAmerican POW6R,” it drew chuckles and raised eyebrows. 749 more words

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J3C College Football Top 25 (end of regular season)

And once again, here we are.

Another regular season has wrapped up with conference championship weekend, but what did we learn?  Well,  we know that Georgia might have fallen victim to the single dumbest play call in the history of college football … we know that Pitt was at most the best of a bad lot in their own division … we know that Ohio State can grind people down … we know that Oklahoma is capable of putting up points … we know that the Pac101216whatever is once again irrelevant to the playoff conversation … we know the UCF can beat mediocre teams with even their backup QB … and though we might not really care much, we know that scheduling willing patsies to fill out your 12 game schedule can help when bowl bids are handed out (Virginia Tech) or perhaps hurt (Iowa State … really?  476 more words

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