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West Virginia Mountaineers Panorama - WVU Milan Puskar Stadium Picture

West Virginia Mountaineers Panorama - WVU Milan Puskar Stadium Picture

SKU: WVU6
This panorama captures the West Virginia Mountaineers® competing against a Big 12 conference opponent in a mid-season matchup. Game day festivities began with a relatively new tradition unveiled in 2011, the Mountaineer Mantrip. The ritual occurs two hours before the game and coach Dana Holgorsen leads his coaching staff and team on a 300-yard walk through a sea of gold-clad fans into the stadium. It is a salute to the state's coal mining heritage, as the Mantrip is a shuttle that transports miners down into an underground mine. At the end of the walk and upon entering the stadium, the players touch a 350-pound piece of coal from the Upper Big Branch mine in Whitesville, West Virginia.
WVU Mountaineers Basketball Panoramic Picture

WVU Mountaineers Basketball Panoramic Picture

SKU: WVU5
This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the ensuing jubilation, as the West Virginia Mountaineers made a game-winning layup in the final four seconds of the game to defeat the Kansas Jayhawks® and end the night in victory.  After the Jayhawks threw a full-court pass and missed a shot at the buzzer, West Virginia fans poured out onto the court for a robust rendition of “Take Me Home, Country Roads” to celebrate the win.  The Mountaineers scored 17 points off turnovers and had 22 offensive rebounds that led to 15 second-chance points in the victory.  This ESPN nationally televised game, played at the WVU Coliseum, marked the second consecutive time the Mountaineers beat the Jayhawks in Morgantown. 
WVU Mountaineers Football Panoramic Picture - Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium

WVU Mountaineers Football Panoramic Picture - Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium

SKU: WVU4
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the West Virginia Mountaineers scoring a touchdown in their Big 12 Conference opener against the Oklahoma Sooners at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium. Since the facility opened in 1980, more than 11 million people have watched games at Mountaineer Field. Following a day of pregame festivities, more than 60,000 energized fans jam-packed the stadium, striping it in Old Gold and Blue based on their seat locations, while a national television audience tuned in to see WVU kick off its third season in the Big 12 against the Sooners.
West Virginia Mountaineers Panoramic - Stripe the Stadium Picture

West Virginia Mountaineers Panoramic - Stripe the Stadium Picture

SKU: WVU3
This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the West Virginia Mountaineers making their Big 12 debut against the Baylor Bears. Mountaineer fans marked the event with the first-ever "Stripe the Stadium" promotion and wore either gold or blue, based on where they were sitting in the stadium. In addition to the Mountaineers' success on the field, Homecoming festivities added to the jubilation in Morgantown. The first football homecoming celebrations date back to 1921, with the first Homecoming queen crowned in 1939. The West Virginia Mountaineers play football at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium, which opened in 1980 and seats 60,000 fans.
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West Virginia University Mountaineers Panoramic Pictures

West Virginia University Mountaineers Panoramic Pictures | West Virginia University Mountaineers Logo

Founded in 1867, West Virginia University is home to over a dozen varsity teams known as the West Virginia Mountaineers. Playing in NCAA Division I, most of its teams play within the Big 12 Conference. The two major sports played at WVU include Mountaineer football and men's basketball, with significant following in comparison to other varsity teams.

For over a century, West Virginia football has been a powerhouse in U.S. collegiate football. Home games are played at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium, and attended by over 60,000 fans during home games. WVU football is frequently ranked among the top 25 programs in college football nationwide, and have captured many conference titles over the decades.

Pictures of West Virginia basketball games show the home court at WVU Coliseum, the home to WVU basketball, volleyball, gymnastics and wrestling since 1970. WVU men's basketball has taken over a dozen conference tournament championships, made dozens of appearances in the NCAA Tournament, and National Invitation Tournaments. These West Virginia Mountaineers panoramic pictures prove that WVU is here to stay at the top of NCAA sports. Now, you can be the envy of your neighbors, friends, fellow alumni and more by proudly displaying these WVU panoramic pictures in any setting you enjoy the game.

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