What Ever Happened To David Jackson???:The Man behind the Mic in Appalachian State’s 34-32 victory over Michigan 13 years ago(Where Are They Now on the NEG Ram/APP State Mountaineer)

What Ever Happened To David Jackson??? He was the Man behind the Microphone(radio) thirteen years ago, when the Appalachian State Mountaineers went to “The Big House”, and knocked off the Michigan Wolverines…David Jackson, with us here at GreensboroSports.com and we get a chance to hear from the former Northeast Guilford Ram and Appalachian State Mountaineer…We… Continue reading What Ever Happened To David Jackson???:The Man behind the Mic in Appalachian State’s 34-32 victory over Michigan 13 years ago(Where Are They Now on the NEG Ram/APP State Mountaineer)

Thirteen Years Ago Today, The Appalachian State Mountaineers stun the Michigan Wolverines at “The Big House”:David Jackson(Northeast Guilford HS/APP) on the call

Here it is, and this is “good stuff”…David Jackson, the son of Randy Jackson(WFMY TV 2 weather, with “Randy Jackson said it would be this way”, and David Jackson on the call, for some very exciting and history-making college football…David Jackson, the former Northeast Guilford Ram, and a grad of Appalachian State University, and it… Continue reading Thirteen Years Ago Today, The Appalachian State Mountaineers stun the Michigan Wolverines at “The Big House”:David Jackson(Northeast Guilford HS/APP) on the call

Whatever his past, this man was a “Proven Winner”:David Jackson steps away/steps down after 15 years as the”Voice of the Appalachian State Mountaineers”

CLICK HERE to read all, but today in Boone, David Jackson stepped down as the play-by-play voice of the Appalachian State Mountaineers’ football, basketball and baseball…Three NCAA I-AA National Title Games in football, the App-Michigan football game from Anne Arbor, numerous conference championship games in all sports and on you go… We knew him when… Continue reading Whatever his past, this man was a “Proven Winner”:David Jackson steps away/steps down after 15 years as the”Voice of the Appalachian State Mountaineers”