October 8, 2011; Morgantown,WV, USA: General view of Milan Puskar Stadium before the game between the West Virginia Mountaineers and Connecticut Huskies. WVU won 43-16. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USPRESSWIRE

WVU Football: Gold-Blue Game Tickets Available Today


 

 

As the spring practices march along towards the mid-point of the spring semester, the WVU athletic department announced the release of tickets for the annual spring scrimmage game: the Gold-Blue Game.

Since coach Holgorsen has assumed control of the Mountaineers program, attendance at the Gold-Blue Game has steadily increased each season with more than 10,000 fans taking in last year’s scrimmage.

With the dramatic turnover in the roster this off-season, it is expected that Mountaineers fans will come out in droves to get their first glimpses of the make-up of the 2013 starting line-up. This will be WVU fans first chance to see how the depth chart will shape up at wide receiver, defensive line, and defensive line.

Most importantly, WVU fans will be anxious to see which quarterback looks the most impressive operating the spread passing attack. It should be quite the interesting duel between Paul Millard and Ford Childress.

The 2013 Gold-Blue Game will take place Saturday April 20, at 2 p.m. Tickets for the game are $10 and can be ordered through wvugame.com or via 1-800-WVUGAME. Students get in free (with their student ID)!

If you aren’t already pumped about seeing the future West Virginia stars in action, then you will be really excited to hear that the proceeds of the Gold-Blue Game go towards the WVU Children’s Hospital.

Go watch some Mountaineers football, do it for the kids!

For more details on the Gold-Blue game, visit wvusports.com.

 

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