Category: West Virginia


Any road leading to Morgantown offers picturesque views that lead to one of college football’s most tradition rich programs. Nestled in this mountainous venue lies Milan Puskar Stadium, home of the West Virginia Mountaineers. Gameday activities are crammed into the surrounding area forcing parking onto the side of busy thoroughfares. All that action in one […]

Game 182 – Marshall @ #24 West Virginia

  West Virginia football had lost some of it’s spark over the past couple years. Former coach, Rich Rodriguez had lofted expectations in Morgantown and the hope was that new coach and offensive wizard, Dana Holgorsen, would put the Mountaineers back in the spotlight. The Marshall game was his debut and the West Virginia offense […]

Game 76: West Virginia @ #25 Wisconsin

Two undefeated teams from major conferences highlighted this confrontation in Madison. The game alone lent itself to heat up conversations. But, the controversy over a musket brought discussions to a boil. Yes, a musket. For sixty years, West Virginia and its mountaineer mascot has shot a traditional musket celebrating each touchdown. Like most places, laws […]

Saturday September 7th, 2002 in Big Ten, Big Twelve, West Virginia, Wisconsin | No Comments »