The Sun Belt conferences has approved a football schedule that includes eight league games and as many as four nonleague games for this season.
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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?
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CJ Marable rushed for 121 yards and a touchdown and Coastal Carolina snapped a three-game skid with a 24-21 victory over Texas State on Saturday in the season finale for both teams.
Caleb Evans threw for two touchdowns and Josh Johnson ran for two more as Louisiana Monroe rallied to get past Coastal Carolina 45-42 on Saturday night.
Layne Hatcher connected with Kirk Merritt for a 21-yard, go-ahead touchdown with 32 seconds left and Arkansas State beat Coastal Carolina 28-27 on Saturday despite turning it over five times.
Levi Lewis passed for three touchdowns and ran for another and Louisiana-Lafayette rolled past Coastal Carolina 48-7 Thursday night.
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.
After players from Georgia Southern and Coastal Carolina started dancing to the song "Mo Bamba" in a show of intimidation before the fourth quarter of Saturday's game, referees issued unsportsmanlike conduct penalties to both benches.
Wesley Kennedy III ran 25 times for 129 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning TD in the third overtime, to help Georgia Southern beat Coastal Carolina 30-27 on Saturday.
Dan Ellington threw for 122 yards and a touchdown and added 128 yards rushing while two other Georgia State runners gained more than 100 as the Panthers beat Coastal Carolina 31-21 in a Sun Belt Conference battle Saturday night.
Zach Thomas passed for two touchdowns, Darrynton Evans and Marc Williams rushed for two touchdowns each and Appalachian State opened Sun Belt Conference play with a 56-37 win over Coastal Carolina on Saturday night.