Appalachian State receiver Malik Williams passed for two touchdowns on trick plays, quarterback Zac Thomas caught a scoring pass and threw for three more, and the Mountaineers routed Middle Tennessee 45-13 in the New Orleans Bowl on Saturday night.
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- Picking winners for every bowl game matchup
- Middle Tennessee's James to enter NFL draft
- Middle Tennessee QB Stockstill out vs. Gophers
- U-M adds Army, MTSU, W. Michigan to slate
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