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WVU Plans Another Mountaineer Gear Sale

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MORGANTOWN -

WVU basketball fans will now have a chance to stock up on authentic merchandise with the athletic department's second Mountaineer gear sale.

On Oct. 14, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., the Shell Building will host a sale to the general public that includes Mountaineer apparel and other items straight from the athletic department itself.

A limited number of authentic men's and women's Nike and Champion basketball jerseys will be available for purchase as well as women's shorts and shooting shirts, baseball jerseys, DVDs and pictures and displays from multiple facilities including football, basketball and wrestling.

It's an opportunity to dress like the Mountaineers or to add to your man cave.

The event coincides with Mountaineer Madness, which begins that night at 7:30 p.m. from the Coliseum floor. Doors to the Coliseum open an hour before, at 6:30.

A similar sale took place the day of the WVU football team's annual spring game, bringing thousands of fans to the Caperton Indoor Practice Facility. The university considered the sale a success, though many fans had concerns about the way it was run and the fact that no limit was made to the number of items each fan could purchase.

According to a WVU press release, fans can purchase items with Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express or with cash. No checks will be accepted and all sales are final.

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