The West Virginia football team is no stranger to playing under the lights this season, but the next one at home has a designation that Mountaineer Nation looks forward to each season.
When Baylor comes to Morgantown to meet WVU at Milan Puskar Stadium, it will be a “Stripe the Stadium” game for the fans with tickets now officially on sale. The “Stripe the Stadium” games see students wear the traditional WVU Gold and Blue in particular sections so the crowd shot looks like a stripe of colors. These games are traditionally packed atmospheres and serve as showcases for the WVU program, especially if the game is broadcast nationally.
Next home game = Under the lights. Stripe the stadium.
— West Virginia Football (@WVUfootball) September 28, 2022
WVU is scheduled to host Baylor, currently ranked number 16 in the country, in a pivotal Big 12 conference game on Thursday, October 13. Kickoff is set for 7 pm EST and the game is to be televised nationally on FS1.