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West Virginia Media to Televise WVU Spring Game

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West Virginia's annual Gold-Blue Game kicks off Saturday afternoon and if you can't make it to Milan Puskar Stadium, you can watch the game on television in the Mountain State.

West Virginia Media stations will broadcast the action live on April 12, starting with a pregame show at noon.

Join WVI's Geoff Coyle and former WVU quarterback Rasheed Marshall as they call the action from high above Mountaineer Field in the final scrimmage before the team breaks camp.

Along with Coyle and Marshall, April Kaull and Amanda Mazey will take you on the field with insight on both the WVU offense and defense as well as former Mountaineer football stars who are coming back to check in on their alma mater.

Players like Geno Smith, Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey will be on hand in addition to a number of other Mountaineers who have made their mark on the program.

Head coach Dana Holgorsen will join the broadcast to talk about his impression of the team as the spring comes to a close and we will sit down with offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson and new defensive coordinator Tony Gibson to discuss their sides of the ball.

Oliver Luck is scheduled to make a stop in the broadcast booth in addition to interviews with WVU Associate Athletic Director of Marketing and Sales Matt Wells and a representative from the WVU Children's Hospital, which benefits from the Spring Game ticket sales.

On the field, position battles are waging and the Mountaineers will give fans their second live scrimmage since showcasing the squad last weekend in Charleston.

The game will air locally on WBOY in the Clarksburg/Fairmont/Morgantown area; WOWK in the Charleston/Huntington area; WVNS in the Beckley/Bluefield area; WTRF in the Wheeling Area and WJAL in the eastern panhandle.

This is the last chance to see the Mountaineers in action before they suit up to open the season against Alabama down in Atlanta, so if you can't make it to the game, turn your television to your local West Virginia Media station.