WVU plans fireworks, stripe-the-stadium for upcoming season

If you are planning on going to a West Virginia football game at Milan Puskar Stadium this season, you’re going to be in for a show as well as some color coordination.

According to NBC Sports, WVU announced that their homecoming game against Oklahoma State is going to be a Stripe-the-Stadium game.

Fans in certain sections will be asked to wear gold while other will be asked to wear blue. Mountaineer fans hope to see a victory for their team, like last year when they won 34-10 at OSU, as well as having an energized atmosphere.

Although not as exciting as striping the stadium, WVU will also be  having a “Blue Out” against Texas and a “Gold Rush” against Maryland.

Fans will be asked to wear blue to the Texas game and gold to the Maryland game.

Not only will fans be treated to a football game when West Virginia takes on Georgia Southern during their home opener, but there will always be a firework show.

It seems that regardless which game Mountaineer fans chose to go to this season that they will be in for a treat. Hopefully the WVU football team can use these games to create energy and a winning atmosphere to improve upon their 7-6 record last season.

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