By Bret Strelow | App State Athletics
BOONE, N.C. — Going from 7,220 feet above sea level to just 72 feet, App State Football hits the road again this weekend for a game with higher stakes.
This one affects the pursuit of a Sun Belt Conference title.
A week after wrapping up its nonconference slate in the Mountain time zone with a game at Wyoming, App State (2-2) begins league play in the Central time zone with a night game at ULM (2-1). Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.