On Saturday the Texas Longhorns head to Morgantown to take on the West Virginia Mountaineers. While the Horns are trying to become bowl eligible, the Mountaineers have their hopes set on a ten-win season. If you’re not able to get to Morgantown to watch the game live, here is how you can follow from home, per 247 Sports.
WVU-Texas Game Info
Kickoff: 12:00PM ET at Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, West Virginia
TV Crew: Beth Mowins (Play-by-Play), Anthony Becht (Analyst), and Rocky Bolman (Sideline)
Live TV Stream: HERE
Radio: Mountaineer Sports Network by IMG – Tony Caridi (Play-by-Play), Dwight Wallace (Analyst), Jed Drenning (Sideline); Sirius Ch. 136, XM Ch. 201
Live Radio Stream: HERE
Here's your game day timeline for Saturday! pic.twitter.com/ll2SuLOCWt
— West Virginia Football (@WVUfootball) November 17, 2017
Remember it’s Senior Day in Morgantown. The Mountaineers have 20 seniors who will be running onto the field in Morgantown for the last time. Check out this epic Senior Day hype video:
One more time at Milan Puskar Stadium.
48 hours to Senior Day vs. Texas. pic.twitter.com/RJ9HWykKpD
Trending: Neal Brown Names Players of the Week
— WVU Football (@WVUfootball) November 16, 2017
Whether you are able to make it to the game or watch it from home it’s a huge day for these 20 seniors on the Mountaineer roster. There’s no better way than to go out with a bang with a big win over Texas. Despite their record, the Longhorns have “locked horns” (sorry) with some of the best teams in the nation and held their own.
Let’s go Mountaineers!
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