Major Changes Beginning to Milan Puskar Stadium Spanning Over 2016 + 2017
Aug22

Major Changes Beginning to Milan Puskar Stadium Spanning Over 2016 + 2017

Morgantown, W.Va.- 35 year old Milan Puskar Stadium, commonly known as Mountaineer field, is in need of a much needed face lift. As part of the department-wide bond initiative in 2014, Milan Puskar will undergo a $45 million construction. “Renovations to the stadium will improve the patron game day environment as well as generate new revenue,” as stated on construction.wvu.edu. April Messerly, assistant athletics director...

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The Coal Mine
Aug21

The Coal Mine

Situated in Morgantown, West Virginia near the banks of the Monongahela River lies the home of the West Virginia University Mountaineers football team. Still fairly new to the Big 12 Conference, Mountaineer Field’s reputation precedes itself. Wherever you go, whomever you ask, the sentiment remains the same: Enter At Your Own Risk. Since its inception in 1980, Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium has been, and continues to be one...

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Happy Birthday Mountaineer Field

Happy Birthday Mountaineer Field Photo Courtesy of WVUSports.com by Jeff Vickers (@BGSGameday_jeff)   When the Mountaineers take the field Saturday, they will so doing so on the same date that Mountaineer Field saw its’ 1st action, 34 years ago. Here is a look at some of the numbers from those 34 years.    West Virginia’s Record at Mountaineer Field West Virginia has a record of 154-57-5 at Mountaineer Field,...

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Game Two Preview – Towson vs WVU

Game Two Preview – Towson vs WVU After a close battle in the season opener in Atlanta, the Mountaineers return home for the second game of the season to take on FCS opponent, Towson of the CAA. Towson entered the 2014 season ranked #14 in the 2014 FCS preseason poll, but their season got off to a rocky start as they fell to Central Connecticut State, 31-27. It was only the 2nd time that the Tigers opened their season at home in...

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