App State pulled off the miracle Hail Mary play to beat Troy

App State paralyzes Troy with tip drill Last ditch effort to finish emotional rebound win

App State was the top scene in school football this Saturday in the wake of disturbing Texas A&M last week and facilitating ESPN's School GameDay.

it seemed as though Troy planned to disturb the merriments with a success in Boone. That is, until the Mountain climbers came through with a supernatural occurrence in the winding down seconds.

App State quarterback Pursue Brice associated with Christian Horn on a tipped 53-yard pass on the last play of the game to hand the Mountaineears an unexpected 32-28 win over Troy

Rice moved forward in the pocket, moved left, and sent off the pass to the furthest extent that he would be able

Horn welcomed it down on a tip at the 6-yard line and hurried to the right arch away from the tacklers, sending the home group into a fit.

Some late game fumble by Troy helped set up the score

It took a purposeful wellbeing on fourth and 1 from its 11-yard line to make the game 28-26 with only 25 seconds left.

It took a purposeful wellbeing on fourth and 1 from its 11-yard line to make the game 28-26 with only 25 seconds left.

Troy mentor Jon Sumrall then, at that point, requested a stunt kick that was carried back 13 yards to the Application State 47-yard line.

App State moved to 2-1 on the year and it's 1-0 in the Sun Belt, setting up a possible appearance in the following week's AP top 25 rankings.