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2016 Schedule
10-3, 1st in Sun Belt
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Sun Belt rules the Group of 5

Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Troy and Idaho all earned victories to give the Sun Belt a 4-2 bowl record, the best among Group of 5 conferences.

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App State holds off Toledo for Camellia Bowl win (1:16)
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Postgame Breakdown of Appalachian State's 31-28 victory over Toledo (2:13)

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

A peculiar decision by Toledo coach Jason Candle to take a delay-of-game penalty rather than use a timeout led to a missed field-goal attempt. Because of the miss, Appalachian State hung on to win, 31-28, and the Mountaineers are Camellia Bowl champs for the second straight year.

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Appalachian State head coach Scott Satterfield reacts to his team's 31-28 victory over Toledo (1:00)
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Toledo misses chance to tie Camellia Bowl

Following a delay of game penalty on fourth down, the Rockets' Jameson Vest shanks a 30-yard field goal attempt with 1:48 to play. Appalachian State won 31-28.

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Toledo misses game-tying FG in final minute (0:31)

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Deja vu? Appalachian State just kicked a field goal to take a 31-28 lead over Toledo with 5:14 left. The Mountaineers won last year's Raycom Media Camellia Bowl, 31-29, thanks to a game-winning field goal as time expired.

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Rockets answer yet again in Camellia Bowl

Toledo ties Appalachian State 28-28 on its very next drive. Kareem Hunt finishes it off by leaping into the end zone from 1 yard out late in the third quarter for his second touchdown of the game.

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Mountaineers reclaim lead on kickoff return

Freshman Darrynton Evans fields Toledo's kickoff on a bounce, eludes tackles and scurries down the right sideline for a 94-yard touchdown. Appalachian State leads the Camellia Bowl 28-21 late in the third quarter.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

After a slow first half, we're finally getting some fireworks in Raycom Media Camellia Bowl. Appalachian State and Toledo trade touchdowns, and then Darrynton Evans puts the Mountaineers back in front with a 94-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. It's 28-21, and there's still a full quarter remaining.

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Toledo ties Mountaineers a third time

The Rockets claw back again to knot the score 21-21 in the third quarter as Logan Woodside fakes a handoff before rolling out to find Cody Thompson barely inside the end zone for a 4-yard touchdown against Appalachian State in the Camellia Bowl.

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Lamb gives Appalachian State lead again

Quarterback Taylor Lamb fakes the handoff inside and carries into the end zone from 13 yards out to reclaim the lead over Toledo 21-14 midway through the third quarter of the Camellia Bowl.

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Appalachian State head coach Scott Satterfield discusses his team's performance in the 1st half vs Toledo (0:43)
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Rockets tie up Camellia Bowl

Toledo's Kareem Hunt takes the handoff and executes a quick cut to the right to find running room en route to a 26-yard touchdown that knots the score at 14-14 against Appalachian State late in the first half.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

It's been tough sledding for Kareem Hunt today, but the Toledo running back just ripped off a 26-yard touchdown run to tie the game at 14. Hunt, who has 41 yards on the day, is now the school's all-time rushing leader with 4,865 career rushing yards.

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Mountaineers regain lead in Camellia Bowl

Marcus Cox uses a well-timed block to scamper around the left edge and into the end zone for a 13-yard score. Appalachian State leads Toledo 14-7 in the second quarter.

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Rockets pull even in Camellia Bowl

Logan Woodside passes over the middle to Michael Roberts, who sheds two tackles and stays on his feet en route to a 15-yard touchdown as Toledo ties Appalachian State 7-7 in the first quarter.

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Mountaineers grab early lead

Deltron Hopkins goes in motion and carries a handoff across the field and down the sideline for a 16-yard TD. Appalachian State leads Toledo 7-0 in the Camellia Bowl.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Appalachian State and Toledo are about to kick off in the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl. The Mountaineers played in this game last year and beat Ohio, 31-29, on a field goal as time expired. They will have their hands full this year against Logan Woodside, Kareem Hunt and a Toledo offense that's averaging 530 yards per game.

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Watch: Raycom Media Camellia Bowl

Toledo QB Logan Woodside leads the nation with 43 TD passes, but Appalachian State's defense has 20 INTs, third-most in the FBS. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Eamon McAnaney ESPN 

#14 Marcus Cox is 40 yards away from 5K for his career #25 Jalin Moore is the Sun Belt offensive player of the year. Can they lead App State to a Camellia Bowl win over Toledo? 5:30 ESPN