BOONE, N.C. -- Taylor Lamb passed for four touchdowns and ran for another to help Appalachian State wrap up a share of the Sun Belt Conference title with a 63-14 win over Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday.
Lamb finished with 242 yards passing and 87 yards rushing. Thomas Hennigan caught all four TD passes for the Mountaineers (8-4, 7-1) and had five catches for 99 yards altogether.
Appalachian State finished the season tied atop the conference standings with Troy (7-1), which beat Arkansas State (6-2) on Saturday night to claim its share of the title.
Louisiana-Lafayette (5-7, 4-4) opened the scoring with a three-play, 75-yard drive less than a minute into the contest. Lamb's 29-yard keeper in the middle of the first quarter tied it at 7 and sparked a run of 56 straight points for Appalachian State.
Jordan Davis had 105 yards passing and 78 yards rushing for the Ragin' Cajuns.
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