Isaiah of Coast Carolina likely makes a long touchdown pass in Saturday’s opening quarter against rival Appalachian State at Brooks Stadium in ConwayÂ

Isaiah L Likely, of Coastal Carolina, hits a long touchdown pass in the first quarter of Saturday’s game against rival Appalachian State at Brooks Stadium in Conway

Isaiah L Likely, of Coastal Carolina, hits a long touchdown pass in the first quarter of Saturday’s game against rival Appalachian State at Brooks Stadium in Conway

Isaiah L Likely, of Coastal Carolina, hits a long touchdown pass in the first quarter of Saturday’s game against rival Appalachian State at Brooks Stadium in Conway

Isaiah L Likely, of Coastal Carolina, hits a long touchdown pass in the first quarter of Saturday’s game against rival Appalachian State at Brooks Stadium in Conway

CCU fan holds up sign saying he’d like to take on undefeated Alabama powerhouse

Isaiah L Likely, of Coastal Carolina, hits a long touchdown pass in the first quarter of Saturday’s game against rival Appalachian State at Brooks Stadium in Conway

Isaiah L Likely, of Coastal Carolina, hits a long touchdown pass in the first quarter of Saturday’s game against rival Appalachian State at Brooks Stadium in Conway

Isaiah L Likely, of Coastal Carolina, hits a long touchdown pass in the first quarter of Saturday’s game against rival Appalachian State at Brooks Stadium in Conway

Isaiah L Likely, of Coastal Carolina, hits a long touchdown pass in the first quarter of Saturday’s game against rival Appalachian State at Brooks Stadium in Conway

Isaiah L Likely, of Coastal Carolina, hits a long touchdown pass in the first quarter of Saturday’s game against rival Appalachian State at Brooks Stadium in Conway

CCU fan holds up sign saying he’d like to take on undefeated Alabama powerhouse

CONWAY â ???? When it comes to Sun Belt Conference football, it doesn’t get bigger than this

On Saturday, the unbeaten, 15th-ranked Coastal Carolina welcomes rivals Appalachian State to Brooks Stadium, having never beaten the Mountaineers in six tries

CCU enters showdown with a 7-0 record, tying conference record for best start to season a mark set by App State last season

The climbers are 6-1 on the season and received votes in the AP Top 25 poll

We’ll keep you updated with all the key pieces, inside information and commentary throughout today’s game which is scheduled to start at noon

That’s all she wrote! The No 15 Chants defeat App State, 34-23, for the very first time and improve to 8-0 on the season, the best start ever for a Sun Belt team – ironically breaking the Mountaineers’ 7-0 start of last year – and improve to 6-0 in the Sun Belt, giving them exclusive possession of first place in the East Division

After a big sack in third place from Brewer, Strong picked up Thomas for the second time today and sent him 38 yards home! Chants up 34-23 with 1:20 left and start to feel their very first win over App State rival

Following a face mask penalty on App State’s Brendan Harrington, CCU half-second Reese White runs three yards to give Chants a 27-23 lead with 2:24 to go The conversion to 2 points was not good

The Chants take it back! Alex Spillum picks Zac Thomas for Thomas’ second pick of the game and Spillum’s second pick of the season Sing the ball on the App State 49-yard line with 6:59 left

Close, but no cigar Grayson McCall reached the end zone on a 5-yard run, but the ball was knocked out by Kaiden Smith and recovered by Nick Hampton in the end zone After official review it was determined the ball had occurred before crossing the end zone plain App State’s ball is still ahead 23-21 at its 20th with 8:57 left

After a big save from CJ Brewer third, App State had to settle for an FG Staton made his third of the game, this one at 45 yards, to give the Mountaineers a 23-21 lead with 11: 47 to do

The FG capped a 10-game, 53-yard practice that ate just over five minutes on the clock

At the end of the third quarter, the Chants lead App State 21-20 However, the climbers lead with the ball in midfield

Take out the turnover cape! CCU CB D’Jordan Strong chooses Zac Thomas for his fourth INT of the season Ball chants at their 33, 3:29 to go in the third

Chants in front! McCall finds RB CJ Marable for 19-yard TD to top 10-game, 65-yard practice McCall’s throw at Probably on the 2-point conversion flew out of the end zone to leave the score at 21- 20, Chants, with 6:21 left in the third

After CJ Brewer stopped Zac Thomas before a first try, Staton was again called in to kick another FG The kick was true, putting the climbers 20-15 with 10:55 to go into the third

The drive, which made 69 yards in 7 games and took 3:51 on the clock, was helped a lot by a 62-yard pass from Thomas to WR Malik Williams, the longest passing game of the season for App State and the longest reception of Williams’ career

See you soon! Grayson McCall lights the jets for a 62-yard TD, longest run of his young career McCall threw an assist to Isaiah L Likely on the 2-point conversion, but Probably couldn’t reach the end zone, leaving unsuccessful trial Application state still up from 17 to 15, less than a minute passed in the third

At halftime, Grayson McCall is 5-for-8 with 119 yards and a TD Senior pass RB CJ Marable leads the Chants in the race with just 10 yards on two carries Junior Isaiah likely leads the Chants in receiving with 106 yards on two catches and one score

App State QB Zac Thomas is 9-for-12 with 94 yards and a TD RB Camerun Peoples leads the Mountaineers to the chase with 171 yards on 20 carries and a TD WR Christian Wells leads receiving two catches for 41 yards and one score

App State takes to the field and wraps up a 9-game, 84-yard practice that lasted just 51 seconds with a 25-yard TD pass from Zac Thomas to WR Christian Wells 17-9 climbers heading towards the half

After being sacked by CCUJ Brewer C and Jeffrey Gunter on App State QB Zac Thomas, App’s Chandler Staton attempted another FG, this time knocking him out 44 yards 10-9 ‘Eers with 4 : 57 to do before half-time

After a striptease from App State’s Demetrius Taylor that Chants recovered, CCU had to settle for a 51-yard FG from Massimo Biscardi, which was good to give Chants a 9- lead. 7 with 10:50 to do before the half

App State senior PK Chandler Staton was short on a 50-yard FG, and the kick was returned from the end zone to the CCU’s 40-yard line by FR CB Manny Stokes Jr with the 2013 Iron Bowl Six Kick Shades minus the TD 7-6 App Status still at the end of a

Back atcha! In the first scrimmage play for the Chants, RS FR QB Grayson McCall finds young TE Isaiah likely for a 75-yard TD strike However, JR PK Massimo Biscardi missed the PAT Application state leads always 7-6 with 11:29 to enter the first

The state of the application is first on the board RB Camerun Peoples makes it enter one meter 7-0 Mountaineers with 11:40 to play in the first

In the previous game, CCU RS SR LB Silas Kelly forced a Peoples ‘fumble which was recovered by goalkeeper Alex Spillum near the goal line Officials said Peeples’ knee was down on the pitch and, after a review, they let the game stand

We’re underway here in Conway! App State won the raffle and chose to host The Mountaineers Will Leave Their 30

With the postponement of the Clemson vs Florida State Game – announced just a few hours ago the CCU-App State game has moved to ESPNÂ

Tailgating began early this morning, with many App State fans already camping in the parking lots around the CCU campus

Appalachian State enters the contest with a well-oiled attack centered on its racing game

Danny Kelly is a reporter for The Post and Courier Myrtle Beach who covers sport and growth on the Grand Strand He graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2018 with a BA in Multimedia Journalism

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