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Coastal Carolina vs. Appalachian State Football Prediction and Preview
Midweek college football returns on Wednesday night, as Appalachian State hosts Coastal Carolina for a huge showdown in the Sun Belt. The Mountaineers (4-2, 1-1 Sun Belt) were soundly defeated last week against Louisiana, but a win over the Chanticleers would put coach Shawn Clark's team back in the driver's seat to win the East Division. For Coastal Carolina (6-0, 2-0), a New Year's Six bowl isn't out of the question if this team manages to finish the regular season undefeated. However, the first priority for coach Jamey Chadwell's team is to win the division and Sun Belt title. Beating Appalachian State on Wednesday night would be a step in that direction.
Coastal Carolina was the breakout team of 2020, and Chadwell's squad has picked up where it left off. The Chanticleers have won five of their six games by 17 points or more, with the 28-25 victory at Buffalo the only matchup decided by one score. Behind a high-powered offense led by quarterback Grayson McCall, Coastal Carolina has scored at least 52 points in four of its six games. Also, the defense ranks first in the Sun Belt by limiting teams to 15 points a contest. If the Chanticleers win on Wednesday, there's a good chance this team runs the table until the conference championship game with remaining matchups against Troy, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Texas State, and South Alabama.
Appalachian State enters Wednesday's game desperate to get back on track after last week's loss to Louisiana. The Mountaineers have picked up wins against East Carolina, Elon, Marshall, and Georgia State this fall, with the team's only other loss coming to Miami (25-23) back in Week 2. The schedule gets considerably more favorable after the showdown versus the Chanticleers, as Clark's team is likely to be favored in upcoming matchups against ULM, Arkansas State, South Alabama, Troy, and Georgia Southern.
Appalachian State holds a 3-1 series edge over Coastal Carolina. The Chanticleers won last year's game 34-23, but the Mountaineers won the first three meetings between these two teams.
No. 14 Coastal Carolina at Appalachian State
Kickoff: Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m. ET
Spread: Coastal Carolina -4
When Coastal Carolina Has the Ball
Coastal Carolina brings one of the nation's best offenses to Boone, North Carolina, on Wednesday night. The Chanticleers pace the nation with an average of 48.8 points a contest and 8.82 yards per play. Additionally, this unit ranks first nationally in third-down offense (61.8 percent conversions) and is tied for fifth in most plays of 10-plus yards (123).
It's no secret the catalyst for Coastal Carolina's high-powered attack is sophomore quarterback Grayson McCall. After a breakout redshirt freshman season in 2020, McCall is off to another blistering start. Through six contests, McCall has completed 79.8 percent of his throws for 1,478 yards, 14 touchdowns, and just one pick. The sophomore doesn't lack for weapons on the outside, as receiver Jaivon Heiligh and tight end Isaiah Likely (12 combined TD catches) are a big play waiting to happen. Also, while his numbers are down on the ground (82 rushing yards), McCall is still a dangerous runner and the perfect conductor for this offense. With the commanding leads the Chanticleers have held in five of their games this year, McCall's legs haven't needed to be a factor. But that could change on Wednesday night.
Slowing down McCall isn't the only obstacle to beating Coastal Carolina on Wednesday night for Appalachian State. The Chanticleers lead the Sun Belt in rushing offense (263.5 ypg) and average 6.7 yards per carry. No team has managed to hold Chadwell's offense under 200 rushing yards this year, and it's easy to see why with McCall's potential on the ground, along with the play of Reese White (455 yards), Shermari Jones (401), and Braydon Bennett (268). This trio of backs will test an Appalachian State defense coming off a subpar performance against Louisiana. The Ragin' Cajuns ran for 246 yards last week, the most allowed by the Mountaineers in 2021.
Appalachian State's defense enters Wednesday night's game ranked fourth in the Sun Belt in yards allowed per play (5.5) and fifth in points (23.5 per game). Also, this group ranks third in the Sun Belt in pass efficiency defense and has surrendered six plays of 40-plus yards. The challenge for the Mountaineers on Wednesday night has to be to fix the mistakes that plagued this group in last week's loss and do a better job in the trenches to contain Coastal Carolina's ground game. Forcing the Chanticleers to go on long drives and convert — instead of hitting big plays — would be crucial to a win.
When Appalachian State Has the Ball
Similar to the defense, getting back on track is a priority for Appalachian State's offense this week, as this unit had its worst performance of the year in last week's loss to Louisiana. The Mountaineers managed only 211 total yards (3.84 per play), failed to convert a third down over 11 attempts, and were held to just 13 points.
For Appalachian State to rebound, jump-starting the ground attack is a must. The Mountaineers enter Wednesday night's game averaging 177.3 rushing yards a contest but were held to 76 yards (2.6 a carry) in last week's loss. Nate Noel (553 yards this year) powers the backfield with Camerun Peoples missing the last two games due to injury. The junior's status is uncertain for Wednesday night, which could mean a heavy dose of Noel, along with Notre Dame transfer Jahmir Smith and Daetrich Harrington in the backfield. Of course, getting the ground game on track versus Coastal Carolina won't be easy, as this defense ranks second in the Sun Belt versus the run and has held each of its last three opponents – UMass, ULM, and Arkansas State – under 75 rushing yards. Appalachian State's ground game is a much stiffer challenge, but no team has averaged more than 4.5 yards per carry against the Chanticleers in '21.
Appalachian State quarterback Chase Brice is also under pressure after connecting on 15 of 26 throws for 133 yards and two picks against the Ragin' Cajuns last Tuesday. That performance was clearly the worst of Brice's career in Boone, as he pieced together solid efforts against Marshall (283 yds.), Georgia State (326 yds.), and East Carolina (20-of-27 passing) in the opener. Helping Brice's chances of an improved effort this week is a deep collection of receivers, with Corey Sutton (34 grabs), Thomas Hennigan (25), and Malik Williams (27) forming a challenging trio for Coastal Carolina to slow down.
The Chanticleers haven't played the strongest collection of offenses through six games, but it's still notable this group ranks first in the Sun Belt in fewest yards allowed per play (4.45) and scoring defense (15.0). Also, Coastal Carolina ranks second in the conference against the run and pass efficiency defense, while also limiting big plays allowed all season. The formula for Chadwell's defense on Wednesday night should be to stuff the Appalachian State ground game to get Brice into obvious passing downs.
Appalachian State has lost only five games at home since 2015, and with last week's result in mind and some desperation to stay within striking distance of Coastal Carolina in the Sun Belt East, Clark's team isn't going to lack for motivation. Turnovers could play a huge role in this one, as the Chanticleers have committed a total of three all of this year, while the Mountaineers rank near the bottom of the conference with 11 giveaways. Whichever team limits the mistakes and does a better job of establishing the run should come out on top. Home-field advantage is a plus for Appalachian State, but Coastal Carolina's offense is more dynamic and has the better quarterback (McCall). That should be enough for the Chanticleers to remain unbeaten.
Prediction: Coastal Carolina 34, Appalachian State 24
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Football Gameday Changes
We are aware of the challenges at the student lower-level gates before the start of our first football game. There has been significant work done in redesigning and re-imagining the student gates to ensure that the issues we had at the first game do not happen again. We have collaborated with Athletics, Student Government and Campus Police to make the necessary changes to ensure the issues some students experienced during entry into the stadium are resolved. The safety of our students is our top priority, and we are committed to a great fan experience for everyone.
Lower-Level Gate Entry — The physical setup and flow of the student gates have been reconfigured to enhance entry into the stadium.
- Students will enter a series of lanes outside the student gates before ticket scanning. An additional entrance into the lower-level has been created to reduce crowd congestion.
- There has also been a significant increase in wayfinding signage to assist students in identifying the appropriate area to enter the stadium.
- There will be an increase in staff to provide service to students entering the stadium. We will also have volunteers helping students outside the student gate.
- Please ensure that you access your student ticket and add it to your Apple/Android wallet before leaving for the game. Also don't forget to charge your phone before you leave. We recommend a portable phone charger if you are concerned about your phone battery dying.
- If you have a lower-level ticket, it is YOUR responsibility to obtain a wristband immediately after scanning your ticket. Wristands will not be given to anyone who has already entered the stadium without a wristband.
- Please be patient as we process students through the stadium gates. If you arrive close to kickoff, expect to wait in line with others who did not arrive early.
- Please ensure that you are entering the appropriate gate for your ticket (lower vs. upper level). There will be plenty of additional directional signage, and if you request a ticket, your claim email will include a map of the correct entrances.
- If you have an upper-level ticket and are found in the lower-level student section, you will be ejected from the game and lose your ticketing privileges. We can only safely fit a certain number of students in the lower level and only those students will receive a wristband.
- Please stay hydrated before, during and after the game. There are multiple blue watercoolers throughout the stadium that you can use.
Who Is Eligible for the Student Ticketing Process
- UofSC Columbia Students enrolled in 12+ hours
- UofSC Undergraduate Students taking 6+ hours who paid the Athletic Events Fee*
- Graduate students taking at least 1 hour are eligible to pay the Athletic Event Fee*
The deadline to pay the Athletic Event Fee is September 6. Please email [email protected] if you have any questions about this fee or tickets.
Students at other UofSC campuses or who have fewer than 12 hours without paying the Athletic Event Fee* are not eligible to request tickets.
*The Athletic Event Fee is a bond fee that goes to the Athletic Department to support facility upkeep. Paying the fee does not guarantee tickets and only makes you eligible to participate in the student ticketing process.
Football Ticketing Process
On Friday at 10 a.m. until Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. of the week leading up to a football game, students must request a ticket if they are interested in attending. The request process does NOT guarantee a ticket to the game. To request a ticket use the Gamecock Student Rewards app, and click on ticketing. Request are prioritized and tickets are awarded based on Gamecock Reward points. The number of points required to receive a ticket varies and is determined once all requests are placed. For soccer, basketball, and baseball, there is not request period.
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Beginning Wednesday at 10 a.m. until Thursday at 3:30 p.m., students that were awarded the opportunity to claim a ticket can go and claim their ticket to guarantee admission into the game. You MUST claim your ticket by Thursday at 4pm or you will lose your ticket. Unclaimed upper deck tickets will be made available during the On Demand period for those that did not request or claim a ticket.
Students who requested a ticket, but did not receive one during the claim period can claim any remaining upper deck tickets during the On Demand period which begins on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. These tickets are first come, first served and will go fast.
Your ticket barcode is available after claiming your ticket. You can access these ticket through the "Manage Tickets" page on the Student Account Manager. To speed up the process at the gate, pull up your ticket on your phone before leaving for Williams-Brice stadium. If you have an iPhone, put the ticket in your Apple Wallet for easier access. If you decide to not attend the game, you MUST cancel your ticket by Friday at 5pm. If you fail to cancel your ticket and do not attend the game for two games in the season, you will lose your ticketing privileges for the 2022 football season. Student tickets are non-transferrable and if found distributing or requesting another student's ticket will lead to you losing ticketing privileges.
Guest tickets are available in the upper level student section (Section 508 & 509) for the Florida and Auburn games. Guest tickets are $50 each and students can purchase up to two tickets per game.
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*Guest ticket information for the Clemson game may be announced at a later date.
Ticket Availability Schedule
Tickets requests usually start at 10 a.m. on Friday, the week before each game. Please note there will be an altered schedule for the Clemson game due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
September 4 – Gamecocks v. Eastern Illinois
Request Period: Aug. 30 at 10 a.m. – Aug. 31 at 3:30 p.m..
Claim Period: Sept. 1 at 10 a.m. – Sept. 2 at 3:30 p.m.
Upper On Demand: Sept. 2 at 4:30 p.m. until Sept 4
September 25 – Gamecocks v. Kentucky
Request Period: Sept. 17 at 10 a.m. – Sept. 21 at 3:30 p.m.
Claim Period: Sept. 22 at 10 a.m. – Sept. 23 at 3:30 p.m.
Upper On Demand: Sept. 23 at 4:30 p.m. until Sept. 25.
October 2 – Gamecocks v. Troy
Request Period: Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. – Sept. 28 at 3:30 p.m.
Claim Period: Sept. 29 at 10 a.m. – Sept. 30 at 3:30 p.m.
Upper On Demand: Sept. 30 at 4:30 p.m. until Oct. 2
October 16 – Gamecocks v. Vanderbilt
Request Period: Oct. 8 at 10 a.m. – Oct. 12 at 3:30 p.m.
Claim Period: Oct. 13 at 10 a.m. – Oct. 14 at 3:30 p.m.
Upper On Demand: Oct. 14 at 4:30 p.m. until Oct. 16
November 6 – Gamecocks v. Florida
Request Period: Oct. 29 at 10 a.m. – Nov. 2 at 3:30 p.m.
Claim Period: Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. – Nov. 4 at 3:30 p.m.
Upper On Demand: Nov. 4 at 4:30 p.m. until Nov. 6
November 20 – Gamecocks v. Auburn
Request Period: Nov. 12 at 10 a.m. – Nov. 16 at 3:30 p.m.
Claim Period: Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. – Nov. 18 at 3:30 p.m.
Upper On Demand: Nov. 18 at 4:30 p.m. until Nov. 20
November 27 – Gamecocks v. Clemson
Request Period: Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. - Nov. 22 at 3:30 p.m.
Claim Period: Nov. 23 at 10 a.m. - Nov. 24 at 3:30 p.m.
Upper On Demand: Nov. 24 at 4:30 p.m. until Nov. 27
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Attending a Football Game
Your phone contains your ticket. Make sure to have it charged upon entry to the stadium. You are responsible for having your student ticket available upon entry to the stadium.
You must present your CarolinaCard and student ticket at the gate upon entry. If you fail to present it if asked by a university official, you will be ejected from the game.
Students enter through the student gate at the north-east corner of Williams-Brice Stadium.
Student lower gates open 2 hours in advance. Arrive early to avoid lines that form around the time of kickoff. Students must enter by half time of each game. Student gates will close after that time and you will not gain entry into the stadium.
South Carolina Athletics has a clear bag policy for all ticketed athletic events that limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into the venues for baseball, men's and women's basketball, football, men's and women's soccer, softball and volleyball. Please review the list of approved and unapproved bags on this page before attending an athletic event.
Students seated in the lower deck will receive a wristband upon entrance into the northeast Student Gate. The wristband must be worn at all times. If found in the lower deck without a wristband, you will be removed from the stadium and lose your ticket privileges for the next football season. No guests are allowed in the lower deck.
Students who receive an upper deck ticket will enter through general public gates (not the student gate) and will not get a wristband. New for 2021, there are two dedicated student sections in the upper deck. Section 508 & 509 will be general admission sections for those with upper deck tickets. Those who claim upper deck tickets during the claim period may be upgraded to lower deck tickets depending on availability.
If you fail to cancel your student ticket by 5 p.m. on Friday before the game and do not attend the game, you will receive a penalty strike. If you get two penalty strikes during one season, you will lose your ticketing privileges for the remainder of the season. If you have four penalty strikes during your time her at UofSC, you may lose your ticketing privileges for the remainder of your time at the university.
Reward points are used to determine who receives student ticket, especially those in high demand. The more points you earn, the better likelihood you have of getting tickets in the lower level student section. You earn points by attending any Gamecock athletic events. In addition to attending athletic events, here is how you receive additional points:
- Seniors - 8 points
- Juniors/Graduates - 6 points
- Sophomores - 4 points
- Freshmen - 3 points
- 10% rollover points from the previous academic year
- Optional membership to the Student Gamecock Club
Questions regarding Gamecock Rewards points can be submitted to [email protected]
Ticket Policy Violations
If you violate the student ticket policy, you may:
- Be referred to the Office of Student Judicial Programs.
- Be suspended from all athletic events for a calendar year.
- Lose all your reward points.
- Be referred to UofSC Police.
Ticket Policy Violations
- Getting ejected from an athletic event.
- Selling or attempting to distribute a student ticket.
- Requesting to use another student's ticket.
- Using or requesting to use someone else's student ticket.
- Copying or altering a student ticket.
- Showing a false, copied or altered ticket at the gate.
- Presenting another student's ticket at the gate.
- Accessing or attempting to access another student's ticketing account.
- Failing to have a lower deck wristband on in the lower deck student section for football.
- Giving your lower deck wristband to another student for football.
- For football, possessing any alcohol in the lower deck student section - even alcohol purchased legally from another section of the stadium.
- Violation of any rules at the venue.
- Failing to present CarolinaCard upon request.
- Failing to abide by the Gamecock Fan Code of Conduct
Gamecock Fan Code of Conduct
- In the spirit of sportsmanship, Gamecock fans shall:
- Conduct themselves in a manner that represents their University, the Southeastern Conference, and the NCAA with honor, dignity, and respect
- Not use vulgar, abusive, racist, sexist, demeaning, or intimidating language at any time
- Support the players, coaches, and officials in a positive manner
- Treat the visiting team, coaches, and fans with courtesy and respect at all times
- Demonstrating the qualities of civility and sportsmanship at all times
- Not engage in cheers that are vulgar, crass, or demeaning
- Refrain from throwing objects onto the field or court for any reason
- Not become inebriated or belligerent
- Refrain from entering the playing field at any time, including after the game
- Be a positive role model for those around them by treating others with courtesy and respect
Student ticketing privileges may be revoked at the discretion of the Department of Student Life.
Guests will be able to carry the following style and size bag, package or container into the venue:
- Clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags that do not exceed 12"x6"x12" - a logo no larger than 4.5"x3.4" can be displayed on one side of a permissible clear bag.
- One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc or similar).
- Small clutch bags no larger than 4.5"x6.5" - approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap.
- Medically necessary items after proper inspection at West Premium gate 21, Southeast gate 55 and East gate 81.
Prohibited bags include, but are not limited to:
- Purses larger than a clutch bag
- Computer bags
- Diaper bags
- Binocular cases
- Luggage of any kind
- Camera bags
- Backpacks, cinch/drawstring bags, and fanny packs that are not clear and/or exceed the size restriction
- Non-approved seat cushions, which include large traditional seat cushions that have pockets, zippers, compartments or covers
Free transportation is available to students with tickets for all home games. You must present your CarolinaCard and student ticket to enter the shuttle.
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#14 Coastal Carolina vs. Appalachian State live stream, TV channel, start time, odds, how to watch NCAA football
The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers will meet the Appalachian State Mountaineers in Sun Belt action on Wednesday night from Kidd Brewer Stadium.
Coastal Carolina is coming off a huge win over Arkansas State last weekend and improved their record to 6-0 on the season. They’ll be on the road this week when they face Appalachian State, which is coming off a 41-13 loss as they struggled against Louisiana last week. They are still sitting at 4-2 on the season and will look for some home-field advantage in this one.
This will be some great night college football action, here is everything you need to know to stream the game.
#14 Coastal Carolina vs. Appalachian StateWhen: Wednesday, October 20 Time:7:30 p.m. ET TV Channel: ESPN2 Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)
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Myrtle Beach Bowl 2020: Appalachian State vs. North Texas preview, how to watch & more
The Myrtle Beach Bowl will be played between the Appalachian State Mountaineers and the North Texas Mean Green on Dec. 21, 2020. The game will be played at Brooks Stadium in Conway, S.C.
It’s the first instance of the Myrtle Beach Bowl and the first-ever NCAA-sanctioned bowl game to take place in South Carolina. It’s also the first game between Appalachian State and North Texas.
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"Though this year has been challenging for so many, we are thrilled to be able to bring two great teams to the Grand Strand to compete in the inaugural Myrtle Beach Bowl," Myrtle Beach Bowl executive director Rachel Quigley said in a news release. "As the first bowl game to be hosted in South Carolina, we hope the game will be something positive for our community and for people throughout our great state."
Appalachian State finished the regular season 8-3 and was lucky enough to get in 11 games this season despite the coronavirus pandemic having a negative effect on the season. The Mountaineers’ three losses came against Marshall, Coastal Carolina and Louisiana – some of the best teams from Group of Five Schools. The team failed to get into the Sun Belt title game, though it was canceled anyway.
Zac Thomas led the Mountaineers’ offense with 2,075 passing yards and 19 touchdown passes. Linebacker Trey Cobb held down the defense with 79 tackles.
North Texas had a losing record this season but because of the pandemic managed to get an invite to the bowl game anyway. The 4-5 Mean Green squad wrapped up the season winning three of its last five games but also had four games on their schedule either postponed or canceled.
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Austin Aune quarterbacks for North Texas. He had 1,650 passing yards and 13 touchdown passes. He only threw four interceptions in 185 passing attempts. Linebacker K.D. Davis has 70 total tackles this season along with three sacks.
Appalachian State has never lost in its five bowl appearances. North Texas is 2-7 all-time in bowl appearances.
MYRTLE BEACH BOWL INFO
Date: December 21
Time (ET): 2:30 pm
Stadium: Brooks Stadium
Location: Conway, S.C.
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In 2020, Williams-Brice Stadium introduced four new club areas which include the Cockaboose Club, 2001 Club, Traditions Club and the Horseshoe Club.
The pageantry at college football is abundantly evident in the game day environment surrounding Williams-Brice Stadium. Join us!
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BOONE, N.C. — The Appalachian State Mountaineers have wrapped up yet another championship campaign with an 11-2 record, a victory in the inaugural Sun Belt Championship Game (30-19 over Louisiana) and a fourth straight bowl win (45-13 over Middle Tennessee in the New Orleans Bowl).
New head coach Eliah Drinkwitz will lead the Mountaineers into the 2019 season starting Aug. 31 vs. East Tennessee State, and fans can renew their season tickets starting today to not miss a moment of the action at Kidd Brewer Stadium.
To renew your season tickets and Yosef Club membership or purchase new seats for the 2019 season, click here. Customized renewal packets, as well as club and suite payment forms, will be mailed in January. The deadline to renew season tickets for the coming season is April 30, 2019.
With a small senior class in 2018, App State is expected to return the majority of its starters and top playmakers from this year’s remarkable group that rolled through the Sun Belt with a 7-1 record, nearly defeated Penn State in Happy Valley in an overtime thriller, earned an AP Top 25 ranking for the first time and became the first team to win four straight bowl games in as many years after transitioning to the FBS level.
The Mountaineers have back-to-back home games vs. ETSU (Aug. 31) and Charlotte (Sept. 7) at The Rock to open the 2019 season. Visits to the ACC’s North Carolina Tar Heels (Sept. 21) and the SEC’s South Carolina Gamecocks (Nov. 9) make up the remainder of the exciting nonconference slate.
Sun Belt home games include Coastal Carolina, Georgia Southern, ULM and Texas State, while App will travel to Georgia State, Louisiana, South Alabama and Troy in league play. The 2019 Sun Belt Championship Game between the winners of the East and West divisions will be played Dec. 7, 2019, at the site of the division winner with the best league record. The complete Sun Belt schedule, with dates, will be announced in the spring.
Season tickets for the 2019 slate at Kidd Brewer Stadium cost $210 for adults and $175 for current Appalachian faculty/staff, senior citizens (ages 60+ — two per account) and youth (ages 3-12). Season tickets cost $380 in the Gold section and $300 in the East VIP section. A payment plan is available for season tickets (payments can be made December 2018 – May 2019).
Yosef Club contribution requirements based on seat location for 2019 remain unchanged from the 2018 season.
The price of season tickets represents a savings of 13 percent for adults and 27 percent for App State faculty/staff, senior citizens and youth off the cost of buying tickets for all six games individually.
Payment plans are available for season ticket purchases.
How to Purchase
Fans interested in purchasing new football season tickets and joining the Yosef Club can do so online here, by phone at 828-262-2079 or in person at the App State athletics ticket office, located at the Holmes Center. Individual and away game tickets, if available, will go on sale at a later date.
Stay tuned to appstatesports.com for more information or contact the Appalachian State athletics ticket office at 828-262-2079 with any questions. Normal office hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., but the office will be closed Dec. 24-Jan. 1.
|2019 SEASON TICKETS|
|Type||Ticket Cost||Savings from Game-By-Game Purchases|
|Current Appalachian State Faculty/Staff (Limit 2)||$175||27%|
|Senior Citizen (Ages 60+ — limit 2 per account)||$175||27%|
|Youth (Ages 3-12)||$175||27%|
Available to Yosef Club members at Golden Mountaineer level ($1,500 annual donation)
Available to Yosef Club members at Chancellor’s level ($1,000 annual donation)
|Includes all applicable taxes|
Does not include $15 processing/handling fee (per transaction)
Payment plan is available for season tickets (payments can be made December 2018 – May 2019)
South Carolina football: Gamecocks vs. East Carolina odds and prediction
South Carolina football: Gamecocks vs. East Carolina Pirates odds and prediction for college football week 2 matchup.
The South Carolina football team opened up the Shane Beamer era with a shutout win over Eastern Illinois last weekend, taking down the Panthers by a score of 46-0 in Columbia. That 1-0 start gives the Gamecocks a bit of momentum heading into a week two meeting with East Carolina.
This will be the first matchup between the two programs since 2016, which resulted in a 20-15 South Carolina win. That win was the Gamecocks’ fourth straight in the series, in which it holds a 14-5 overall advantage. This will be the first time South Carolina travels to Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium in more than two decades.
East Carolina enters the contest at 0-1 following an opening loss to Appalachian State last weekend. In the 33-19 defeat, the Pirates got down 33-9 before making things look a little more respectable in the fourth quarter. They’re trying to get in the win column against the Gamecocks as they look to build upon a three-win season from a year ago.
South Carolina football vs. East Carolina odds week 2.
The Week 2 betting odds on WynnBET have the Gamecocks as four-point underdogs on the road. They have +155 moneyline odds, while East Carolina is the favorite at -190. The total for the game is set at an over/under of 56.5 points.
South Carolina football vs. East Carolina prediction week 2.
The Gamecocks are coming off of a convincing win over Eastern Illinois last weekend, but the competition gets much stiffer in week two. Surprisingly, the Gamecocks aren’t favored, despite East Carolina’s struggles in their season opener.
South Carolina should get quarterback Luke Doty and running back Kevin Harris back to help out on offense, while the defense will look to remain as stout as it was in game one.
That will be tough when facing off against a veteran quarterback in Holton Ahlers, who threw for 295 yards and two touchdowns a week ago.
The key to this matchup will be South Carolina’s ability to run the football. The Gamecocks tallied 254 yards on the ground without having the SEC’s leading returning rusher available. The Pirates surrendered 226 rushing yards to the Mountaineers last week, and they’ll face an even tougher ground game this weekend.
Look for the Gamecocks to control the clock and the line of scrimmage to pull the minor upset. We’re taking South Carolina to win outright while keeping the points under the total.
The Gamecocks keep things rolling with a 31-20 victory.
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