An In-Depth Look at Appalachian State’s 2018 Football Schedule

Appalachian State has played in the SEC West since it opened its doors in 2016.

It hasn’t had a winning season since 2008, when it beat Arkansas State and Arkansas, but it has a solid resume in conference play.

It finished No. 1 in both scoring defense and total defense in each of the past two years, but has only one winning season.

Appalachian State went 12-3 in 2018.

A lot of the criticism for the program has been due to the defense, but a good deal of that was because of the offensive line.

Appalachian has had a good offensive line since the departure of Nick Bell, and that was one of the main reasons why the offense struggled last season.

The offensive line, however, was the biggest reason for the team’s success last season, and it will be key to this season as well.

The starting offensive line was also a key part of the success of the offense last year.

Appalachian ranked No. 12 nationally in total offense in 2019, but that was after the departure for the 2018 season of two starters.

The offense is also going to need to be better, as there will be more time for the offensive linemen to acclimate to the SEC.

It should be a fun game against a ranked opponent.

Appalachian won nine games in a row from 2016-2018, and there’s still plenty of time for another season to come.

Appalachian is looking to make it six straight wins for the first time since 2009.

The Bulldogs will be looking to rebound from a loss to Missouri in the Sun Belt Championship game, and they’ll be trying to get the job done against a Georgia Tech team that finished fourth in the conference in total defense and scoring defense.

Appalachian State has played in the SEC West since it opened its doors in 2016.It hasn’t had a winning season…