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Gold-Blue Game Will Be Televised

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MORGANTOWN -

For the second year in a row, West Virginia University's annual spring football game will be televised. The Gold-Blue game will be played on April 21 and will be broadcast live throughout the state of West Virginia.

The game will be broadcast live on the following stations:

WBOY-TV (Clarksburg/Fairmont/Morgantown)

WTRF-TV (Wheeling)

WOWK-TV (Charleston/Huntington)

WVNS-TV (Beckley)

WJAL-TV (Chambersurg)

The broadcast will begin at 6 p.m. and will not conclude until 9 p.m. The broadcast will include televising the game, postgame interviews with players and coaches, a look back at spring practice and a look ahead to West Virginia's first season playing in the Big 12.

It will provide WVU fans a chance to see the Mountaineers on the field for the first time since hammering Clemson 70-33 in the Orange Bowl.

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