Appalachian State football regularly wins.  Can it seize back the Sun Belt throne?

Only a week after slaying a giant in a 17-14 upset victory over the Texas A&M Aggies in College Station, the Mountaineers walked off the Troy Trojans in Boone on Saturday.

Appalachian State football managed to convert on a Hail Mary pass from Chase Brice that was caught and taken into the end zone by Christan Horn to give the Mountaineers a two-point lead.

Appalachian State fans rushed the field to celebrate their team's thrilling 32-28 victory.

App State is now 2-1 on the season after a 63-61 loss to in-state rival North Carolina to start the year. Despite losing that game, the Mountaineers scored 40 points in the fourth quarter.

Several people were injured after storming the football field after Appalachian State defeated Troy in the Sun Belt Conference opener on Saturday.

In an interview with Ian Fitzsimmons on ESPN Radio, Clark mentioned that Appalachian State has already experienced some extreme highs and lows in just two games. Clark praised the team for quickly rebounding from a crushing loss to North Carolina.