Appalachian State Mountaineers football, 1928–1929

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The Appalachian State Mountaineers football teams represented Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, United States. The university was called Appalachian State Normal School when the first team was fielded in 1928 with Graydon Eggers as head coach, the following season C. B. Johnson took over coaching duties of the newly named Appalachian State Teachers College. The Mountaineers played their home games at College Field.

Contents: 19281929Totals

1928[edit]

1928 Appalachian State Mountaineers football
Conference Independent
1928 record 3–6
Head coach Graydon Eggers (1st season)
Home stadium College Field
Seasons
1929 →

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result
September 29 at Mountain City Mountain City, Tennessee L 26–0  
October 6 at Wilkesboro Wilkesboro, North Carolina W 6–0  
October 13 Morganton College FieldBoone, North Carolina L 7–0  
October 27 Rutherford College Field • Boone, North Carolina L 50–6  
November 3 Lees-McRae College Field • Boone, North Carolina W 52–0  
November 9 at Bluefield State Bluefield, West Virginia L 44–0  
November 17 Mt. Park College Field • Boone, North Carolina W 52–0  
November 24 at Belmont Abbey Belmont, North Carolina L 13–0  
November 31 at East Tennessee State Johnson City, Tennessee L 9–6  

1929[edit]

1929 Appalachian State Mountaineers football
Conference Independent
1929 record 4–1–3
Head coach C. B. Johnson (1st season)
Home stadium College Field
Seasons
← 1928
1930 →

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result
September 30 at Carson-Newman Jefferson City, Tennessee T 0–0  
October 7 Catawba College FieldBoone, North Carolina T 0–0  
October 12 East Tennessee State College Field • Boone, North Carolina W 26–0  
October 19 Bluefield State College Field • Boone, North Carolina L 12–7  
November 2 at North Georgia Dahlonega, Georgia W 19–6  
November 6 at Rutherford T 0–0  
November 9 Belmont Abbey College Field • Boone, North Carolina W 28–0  
November 23 Boiling Springs College Field • Boone, North Carolina W 6–0  

Decade totals[edit]

  • Games Played: 17
  • Final record: 7–7–3
  • Points scored: 208
  • Points against: 167
  • Point differential (+/–): +41

References[edit]

  1. Mike Flynn, ed. (2009). "History and Traditions: All-Time Results". Appalachian Football 2009 Media Guide. Appalachian Sports Information. p. 187.