Network set for West Virginia’s week two matchup

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WVU football’s second regular season matchup of 2019 will be televised on ESPN2.

Fresh off a 20-13 victory in their regular season opener against James Madison, the Mountaineers turn their attention to Missouri, the team they’ll face this Saturday at noon ET.

While West Virginia opened a new season by earning its first victory of the Neal Brown era, Missouri fell Saturday in one of the more shocking contests of the opening weekend.

The Tigers lost to Wyoming, 37-31, after allowing the Cowboys to post 27 points in the second quarter.

Missouri was unranked last week, but was the first team left out of the AP preseason poll by voters.

Keep it locked here at www.wvillustrated.com for more coverage of the Mountaineers and their week two opponent.

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