App State loses first two games

Sophomore quarterback Kameron Bryant walks off the field to the locker room after a disappointing first half against N.C. A&T.  Photo by Paul Heckert  |  The Appalachian
Appalachian State football fans didn’t have much time to cheer for their team outside of the final six minutes of Saturday’s game.

The Mountaineers found themselves down 18 points in the fourth quarter before rallying to bring the game to within three.

With seven seconds left, a potential game-tying field goal missed wide left and App State fell to North Carolina A&T 24-21.

The game started with a great drive by the Mountaineers that ended in a touchdown from senior quarterback Jamal Londry-Jackson to sophomore running back Marcus Cox on a 35-yard pass.

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