- Wyoming rallies with a blocked field goal return for a touchdown to seal a 22-19 win over App State
- Tyrek Funderburk's defensive touchdown gives App State a 19-7 lead in the fourth quarter
- Nate Noel rushes for 107 yards and Joey Aguilar throws for 200 yards in the game
The Wyoming Cowboys rally past the Appalachian State Mountaineers in a thrilling game that ended with a blocked field goal return for a touchdown. App State took a two-score lead in the fourth quarter, but Wyoming quickly responded with a 75-yard touchdown run. After a long, time-consuming drive by the Mountaineers, Wyoming blocked a field goal attempt and returned it for a touchdown, taking the lead. App State had a chance to win the game but threw an interception in the final seconds. Wyoming’s Harrison Waylee and App State’s Tyrek Funderburk were standout performers in the game.
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