MORGANTOWN — Mountaineer fans packed Milan Puskar Stadium Saturday evening for the first time in a year to take on the LIU Sharks.
The 66-0 victory did not overshadow the time to remember and honor those who died on Sept. 11, 2001, including former Mountaineer quarterback Chris Gray and LIU’s Keith Glascoe, father of current player Owen Glascoe, and former Sharks standout Durrell Pearsall. (WVSN photos by Kelsie LeRose)
Isaiah Esdale, 9, and Leddie Brown, 4, pray prior to Saturday’s kick off in the end zone.
Former WVU quarterback, Chris Gray, was honored by WVU Athletic Director Shane Lyons, from left, former head coach Don Nehlen and his brother and family. Gray died at age 32 in one of the World Trade Centers on 9/11.
Redshirt freshman Garrett Greene scores his first collegiate touchdown Saturday against LIU.
Jarret Doege throws the football Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium.
Fans celebrate a Mountaineer touchdown.
Mountaineers enter Milan Puskar Stadium carrying in a U.S. and West Virginia flag.
Fans cheer on the Mountaineers with one man wearing a firefighter helmet.
Sean Ryan, 10, and Garrett Greene celebrate a touchdown.
The Mountaineer does push-ups after another WVU touchdown.
Garrett Greene runs the football Saturday evening against LIU. (WVSN photo by Kelsie LeRose)
Leddie Brown looks to score one of his two touchdowns on Saturday.
Wide receiver Bryce Ford-Wheaton goes up for a pass.
Wide receiver Sam James catches a pass he went on to score a touchdown.
Redshirt freshman wide receiver Sam Brown gets a first down Saturday against LIU.
Winston Wright breaks a tackle Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium.
Former Mountaineer Pac Man Jones returned to catch a Mountaineer game on Saturday.
Cornerback Charles Woods with the tackle.
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