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West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys Game Thread: Live updates, TV info, and more

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Come hang out with us in the comments section as the Mountaineers welcome Mike Gundy’s Cowboys to Morgantown

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GAME VITALS

Date: Saturday, November 23, 2019

Time: Noon ET

Location: Milan Puskar Stadium, Morgantown, West Virginia

Channel: ESPN2

Announcers: Beth Mowins (play-by-play), Anthony Becht (analyst), and Rocky Boiman (field anaylst)

Online Streaming: WatchESPN with a valid cable subscription

Radio: Mountaineer Sports Network on IMG (Online Stream | Radio Affiliates) | SIRIUS: 108, XM: 200

Radio Announcers: Tony Caridi (PBP), Dwight Wallace (analyst), Jed Drenning (sideline)

Betting Odds: Oklahoma State -5.5, 54.5 Total via VegasInsider.com

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GAME NOTES

  • The series between the West Virginia Mountaineers and Oklahoma State Cowboys started in 1928 with a 32-6 Mountaineer win in Morgantown. The last meeting took place in 2018 in Still- water, with OSU winning 45-41. Since 2012, Oklahoma State holds a 5-2 lead, winning the first one (2012) and the last four straight (2015- 18). Oklahoma State leads the overall series, 6-4, including a 2-2 mark in games played in Morgantown.
  • WVU’s game against Oklahoma State marks the final home game for 22 WVU senior players. The class includes: Hakeem Bailey (CB), George Campbell (WR), Shea Campbell (LB), Reese Donahue (DL), Elijah Drummond (FB), Nate Green (DL), Josh Growden (P), Adam Hensley (LB), Reuben Jones (DL), Deamonte Lindsay (LB), Colton McKivitz (OL), Kennedy McKoy (RB), Josh Norwood (S), Quondarius Qualls (LB), Zach Sandwisch (LB), Rex Sunahara (LS), Brenon Thrift (DL), Devan Wade (CB), Keith Washington II (CB), Kelby Wickline (OL), Stone Wolfley (DL)
  • With his two touchdowns at K-State, redshirt senior wide receiver George Campbell became the second Mountaineer to register two touchdown receptions in a game this season (T.J. Simmons, 2, at Oklahoma).

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