The traditional sights and sounds of football season return to Morgantown, West Virginia | Harrison Lifestyles


CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WV News) — College football will return to Morgantown next weekend, bringing with it all of its rich traditions.

Many Mountaineer fans start game day with a tailgating. Depending on the time of the game, it could be as early as 7 a.m. or earlier.

The Blue Lot became the epicenter of WVU game day tailgating in Morgantown.

Nathaniel Zinn


Kevin Berry, CEO of the WVU Alumni Association


WVU Marching Band

The Mountaineer Marching Band can be heard at every home game, both on the field and pre-game at various activities.

State formation

“The Pride of West Virginia” tours the state during “Hail, West Virginia.”



WVU Gold Rush

Mountaineering fans can participate in a gold rush, which encourages all fans to wear gold.

WVU Stripe the stadium

WVU fans “Stripe the Stadium” for Homecoming, October 2, 2021.

Post-match celebration

WVU running back Leddie Brown receives a fan’s phone while celebrating the 27-21 win over Virginia Tech at Puskar Stadium in Milan on September 18, 2021.


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