Miami running back Mark Walton leaps over Appalachian State defenders for a touchdown in the second half of Saturday’s football game in Boone. It was Walton’s first-quarter, 80-yard touchdown run that kick-started the Hurricanes’ offense. Miami won 45-10 in front of a record crowd of 34,658 at Kidd Brewer Stadium.
Miami running back Mark Walton leaps over Appalachian State defenders for a touchdown in the second half of Saturday’s football game in Boone. It was Walton’s first-quarter, 80-yard touchdown run that kick-started the Hurricanes’ offense. Miami won 45-10 in front of a record crowd of 34,658 at Kidd Brewer Stadium. Chuck Burton AP
Miami running back Mark Walton leaps over Appalachian State defenders for a touchdown in the second half of Saturday’s football game in Boone. It was Walton’s first-quarter, 80-yard touchdown run that kick-started the Hurricanes’ offense. Miami won 45-10 in front of a record crowd of 34,658 at Kidd Brewer Stadium. Chuck Burton AP

Appalachian State had to play perfectly Saturday, and it was anything but against Miami.

September 17, 2016 05:39 PM