WCU falls short in quest for jug

art footballWestern Carolina University quarterback Troy Mitchell (#10) rushes in for a successful two-point conversion during the fourth quarter of the Oct. 27 match against Appalachian State University.

Held in Cullowhee this year, the annual “Battle for the Old Mountain Jug” seemed to be a landslide at halftime, with ASU leading 24-7. WCU had a late game surge but fell short with ASU taking the jug back to Boone with a 38-27 victory.

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