Middle Tennessee and Troy have scheduled a rare home-and-home series for this season.
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The Sun Belt conferences has approved a football schedule that includes eight league games and as many as four nonleague games for this season.
- Middle Tennessee, Troy to double dip in '20
- Sun Belt OK's 8 league games, 4 nonleague foes
- Troy-Army set four-game series from 2022-31
- Mizzou QB Bryant sits out 2nd half after late hit
Troy and Army announced a four-game series between the schools, from 2022-31. The two schools have never before met on the football field.
The Sun Belt East has made its mark against Power 5 competition recently, but who's the favorite to take the division? Will App State make it three straight, or will a surprise team knock it off the throne?
In this second installment, we're focusing on the most exciting upsets and near upsets of the year, from Georgia State's shocking win over Tennessee to Notre Dame's escape against Virginia Tech.
Zac Thomas passed for 326 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for a fifth score to lead No. 22 Appalachian State to a 48-13 romp over Troy on Friday night in the regular-season finale.
Trey Ragas ran for two touchdowns as Louisiana rolled to a 53-3 win over Troy on Saturday night.
Kaleb Barker threw for 363 yards and a program-record six touchdown passes to lead Troy in a 63-27 rout of Texas State on Saturday.
Kaleb Barker threw for 330 yards and three touchdowns, DK Billingsley rushed for 163 yards and two more scores, and Troy defeated Georgia Southern 49-28 on Saturday.
CJ Marable crashed into the end zone in the final seconds of the game, then skirted around the left side for the 2-point conversion to give Coastal Carolina a 36-35 win over Troy on Saturday afternoon.
Dan Ellington threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more as Georgia State beat Troy 52-33 on Saturday night.
Kaleb Barker connected with receiver Kaylon Geiger for two touchdowns and Troy beat in-state rival South Alabama 37-13 on Wednesday night in the Battle for the Belt.
Missouri quarterback Kelly Bryant did not play in the second half of Saturday's 42-10 victory over Troy after suffering a left leg injury.
Kelly Bryant's last throw of the game was a 6-yard touchdown pass to Jalen Knox late in the first half of Missouri's 42-10 victory over Troy. The Tigers (4-1) hope it isn't the last pass of Bryant's college career.