Appalachian State looks to build on its upset over Texas A&M when facing Troy on Saturday, September 17.
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Appalachian State will need to avoid a letdown on Saturday when facing Troy.
The Mountaineers upset Texas A&M in College Station last week after coming up short in a wild home game against North Carolina the week before. Appalachian State won’t have the excitement of a Power Five opponent this time around.
“We had two emotional weeks,” Mountaineers head coach Sahwn Clark told ESPN Radio’s Ian Fitzsimmons. “Coming off a 63-61 defeat against North Carolina, and then going on the road to No. 6 A&M. It’s no different than when we got beat by North Carolina. We were down, and we have a 24-hour rule. We came back on that Tuesday, had a tough Tuesday. Had a great week of practice.”
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“It’s no different after a big win when everyone is patting you on the belly and telling you how good you are,” Clark told Fitzsimmons. “We put that to bed. We laid out little mouse traps all throughout the building. Don’t take the cheese.”
“Don’t forget what got you here,” Clark added. “That’s the way you practice and the way you do things off the field to be successful. …read more