Stripe the Coliseum Planned
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – All fans attending the WVU-Kansas game are encouraged to take part in the first-ever ‘Stripe the Coliseum’ on Monday, Jan. 28.
Fans are asked to wear either gold or blue depending on which section their seats are located. A detailed map of the color layout can be found here: http://www.wvusports.com/_MARKETING/StripetheColiseum-Diagram.pdf
In addition, WVU’s first Big 12 game against Oklahoma on Saturday, Jan. 5 is a Gold Rush, presented by EZToUSE.com. All fans attending the game are encouraged to wear gold for the Mountaineers inaugural Big 12 game. Family Day packages are still available for the Oklahoma game. Four tickets, four drinks, four hot dogs and one bucket of popcorn can be purchased for $60 online at WVUGAME.com. Family Day packages must be ordered in advance and cannot be purchased on game day.
The WVU-Iowa State game on Saturday, March 9 is also a Gold Rush, presented by Coke Zero. All fans attending the game are encouraged to wear gold for the Senior Day matchup with the Cyclones. A special Gold Rush rally towel, designed by WVU student Ryan McNamara, will be distributed to WVU students at the game, courtesy of Coke Zero.
There are tickets still available for this Saturday’s game against Radford. Fans can take advantage of a special holiday ticket price of $10 by visiting WVUGAME.com. Tickets will also be available at the Coliseum ticket windows on Saturday, starting at 2:30 p.m.
Family Day packages for the Dec. 30 game against Eastern Kentucky are still available at WVUGAME.com. The $60 Family Day package must be ordered in advance and cannot be purchased on game day.