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Appalachian State beats Western Carolina 48-27

BOONE, N.C. (AP) Marcus Cox set an Appalachian State freshman record with 215 rushing yards and scored four touchdowns as Appalachian State cruised to a 48-27 win over Western Carolina Saturday night.

Cox has 26 carries and scored three times in the first half to give the Mountaineers (4-8, 4-4 Southern Conference) a 31-0 lead midway through the second quarter in the regular season closer.

Kameron Bryant threw 10 of 16 for 186 yards and two touchdowns on the day.

Passing Yards: K. Bryant2713
Passing TDs: K. Bryant14
Rushing Yards: M. Cox1250
Rushing TDs: M. Cox15
Receiving Yards: T. Washington939
Receiving TDs: M. Cox6
Interceptions: J. Law3
Schedule 2014
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/30 at Michigan TBA
9/6 vs. Campbell TBA
9/20 at Southern Miss TBA
9/25 at Georgia Southern TBA
10/4 vs. South Alabama TBA
10/11 vs. Liberty TBA
10/18 at Troy TBA
11/1 vs. Georgia State TBA
11/8 vs. Louisiana-Monroe TBA
11/15 at Arkansas State TBA
11/22 at Louisiana-Lafayette TBA
11/29 vs. Idaho TBA
Sun Belt
  Conference Overall
Louisiana-Lafayette 5-2 9-4
Arkansas State 5-2 8-5
Troy 4-3 6-6
South Alabama 4-3 6-6
Western Kentucky 4-3 8-4
Louisiana-Monroe 4-3 6-6
Texas State 2-5 6-6
Georgia State 0-7 0-12
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4917 (43)
Passing Yards: 3261 (24)
Rushing Yards: 1656 (88)
Points per game: 23.6 (80)
Yards per game: 409.8 (47)
Touchdowns: 34 (78)
Field Goals: 13 (26)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4806 (76)
Passing Yards: 2163 (20)
Rushing Yards: 2643 (107)
Points per game: 28.0 (72)
Yards per game: 400.5 (76)
Touchdowns: 40 (63)
Field Goals: 10 (58)
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