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App State fans gear up to conquer a new hill


For the first time since 1940, when Appalachian State was in the NAIA's North State Conference and North Carolina played in the Southern Conference, a football school from the mountains will play a basketball school from the Piedmont. Deep down, everyone from Boone to Chapel Hill knows that Appalachian is capable of winning this game. (Winston-Salem Journal)

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