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Twelve Days of Mountaineers Day Twelve: The Mountaineers are Liberty Bowl Champs

Well, we've reached the end of our Twelve Days of Mountaineers. We've seen overtimes, basketball tournaments, no-hitters and lots of "Country Roads" sung. What's one of the most exciting Mountaineer moments in 2020? The AutoZone Liberty Bowl versus the Army Black Knights. On Sunday, December 20, the Mountaineers received their bowl

Mountaineers look for new Liberty Bowl opponent

Morgantown, W.VA. - Roughly 24 hours after the AutoZone Liberty Bowl game was set, the West Virginia Mountaineers find themselves the last team standing for the December 31st matchup. Monday afternoon the Tennessee Volunteers announced that they were suspending football program activities due to COVID-19 cases and contact tracing. The

Football: White & Dillon Award Winners

Kevin White and KJ Dillon were both awarded following the 56th AutoZone Liberty Bowl. The Mountaineers were the first Big 12 team to play in the bowl, and they represented well. - Kevin White was named Outstanding Offensive Player for West Virginia. - KJ Dillon was named Outstanding Defensive Player for

Aggies Defeat Mountaineers 45-37

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It was a nice crowd at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium when West Virginia and Texas A&M met this afternoon for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, and they watched a good one. In a game you could call chippy and at times ugly, the Aggies made the right adjustments in the second

AutoZone Liberty Bowl Game Day Info

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Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium (LBMS) and Tiger Lane Tailgating and Parking Guidelines and Information ****NO STAKING, DRILLING, OR NAILING WILL BE ALLOWED ANYWHERE ON PROPERTY.***** TIGER LANE TAILGATING INFORMATION LOCATION: The Tiger Lane tailgating area is in the center of the property, identified as the Green lots on the LBMS Site Plan. Tiger Lane

Aggies and Mountaineers Making Return Trips to Bowl

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Two of the top offensive teams in the country, the Texas A&M Aggies and the West Virginia Mountaineers, will meet in the 56th AutoZone Liberty Bowl on December 29, 2014 at 1 p.m. (CST). The game will be televised by ESPN. Texas A&M will be making its second appearance in the

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