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2018 WVU Football Schedule Released

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2018 WVU Football Schedule Released

2018 WVU Football Schedule Released

The full slate of 2018 Big 12 football game has been announced. So gather around and start planning your fall accordingly. Here is the 2018 WVU football schedule.

2018 WVU Football Schedule

Saturday – September 1 – vs. Tennessee Volunteers (Charlotte)

Saturday – September 8 – vs. Youngstown State Penguins

Saturday – September 15 – at N.C. State Wolfpack

Saturday – September 22 – vs. Kansas State Wildcats

Saturday – September 29 – at Texas Tech Red Raiders

Saturday – October 6 – vs. Kansas Jayhawks

Saturday – October 13 – at Iowa St. Cyclones

Thursday – October 25 – vs. Baylor Bears

Saturday – November 3 – at Texas Longhorns

Saturday – November 10 – vs. TCU Horned Frogs

Saturday – November 17 – at Oklahoma State Cowboys

Friday – November 23 – vs. Oklahoma Sooners

There are two guaranteed prime time games.

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Once again the Mountaineers take on a Power 5 team on a neutral field. In 2018 the Mountaineers head to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte to take on the Tennessee Volunteers. After a tuneup against Youngstown State the Mountaineers will head back to North Carolina to take on a North Carolina State team that is having an incredible year in the ACC, defeating both Florida State and Louisville. They could potentially be the 2017 ACC champions.

WVU will “Stripe the Stadium” on September 22 when the Kansas State Wildcats visit Morgantown. This will be a huge game as it is Bill Snyder’s last year coaching the Wildcats.

The two night games include a Thursday night game against Baylor in Morgantown and will close out the season against the Oklahoma Sooners for the second straight season with a night game on Black Friday. Is it possible this game will be for all of the marbles in the Big 12?

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