If you can't make it to Saturday's Gold-Blue Game, don't fret, we've got you covered.
West Virginia Media stations will be broadcasting the WVU spring game live, starting at 2 p.m., on April 20 from Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown.
Get your first look at the 2013 Mountaineers football team in action as they take part in a public scrimmage to close weeks of spring practices. See who is in the running to replace the voids left behind with the departure of Geno Smith, Tavon Austin, Stedman Bailey and three starting offensive linemen with position battles waging in live, scripted drives.
The intrigue of a new starting quarterback and a number of other jobs open for the taking make this spring's Gold-Blue Game one of the most exciting in recent years as WVU's football future holds plenty of questions.
The game will be broadcast locally on WBOY in Clarksburg/Fairmont/Morgantown area; WOWK in the Charleston/Huntington area, WVNS in the Beckley/Bluefield area, WTRF in Wheeling area and WJAL in eastern panhandle.
The broadcast will feature pregame, halftime and postgame interviews with head coach Dana Holgorsen and select WVU football players. West Virginia Illustrated's Scott Grayson and Geoff Coyle will have the call from the booth high above the field.
Join us Saturday to start forming your first impressions of the West Virginia football team as Holgorsen leads his troops into year two in the Big 12.