Tickets for the West Virginia-James Madison contest at FedEx Field in Landover, Md., on Sept. 15, are available online at WVUGAME.com.
Ticket prices range from $50 in the upper level to $109 for club level seating.
This season marks the first time that the Mountaineers have played a game at FedEx Field and will be the second meeting ever with the Dukes, as West Virginia won the previous meeting 45-10 in 2004 at Milan Puskar Stadium.
Below is a diagram of FedEx Field.
On Wednesday, West Virginia University unveiled it's new football uniform for 2012. Let's take a look and see what the buzz is about.no comments
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics will host a cookout for all Mountaineer student-athletes, coaches and staff in celebration of its membership into the Big 12 Conference on Sunday, July 1 at 5 p.m.no comments
WASHINGTON (AP) — The best way to determine a major college football champion seemed so obvious to so many for so long. Just have a playoff.
Now the people in charge of making that decision are on board, too.
Come 2014, the BCS is out. Playoffs are in.
A committee of university presidents approved a plan Tuesday for a four-team playoff put forward by commissioners of the top football conferences
Osbourn Park (Va.) athlete, Damian Nicholson, hasn't made his love for West Virginia University much of a secret. If you follow the talented recruit on twitter, you'd know the Mountaineers are one of the programs catching his attention.
On Saturday, Nicholson visited Morgantown and was able to go more in-depth on what the 'Eers have to offer. Following his visit, he took the time to update us on his trip with a Q&A session. Here's what he had to say --no comments
One of West Virginia's prized recruits in the 2012 class has failed to qualify academically, and will instead attend prep school.
Elijah Macon (Huntington Prep, WV) will attend Brewster Academy for a post-graduate year in hopes of attending WVU as part of the 2013 recruiting class.no comments
West Virginia picked up their seventh verbal commitment on Monday night, as in-state fullback Elijah Wellman (Spring Valley HS, WV) chose the Mountaineers.
Wellman, who will play fullback, chose the Mountaineers over offers from Marshall, Bowling Green, Ohio and Charlotte. He will be the only fullback in the 2013 recruiting class.no comments