MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Assistant coach Tony Washington visited with media Monday afternoon to discuss the Mountaineers’ wide receiver corps.
No on-field work is scheduled for today, but the team will resume on-field activities on Wednesday morning with a light workout leading into Thursday morning’s scrimmage inside the stadium.
There has been an adjustment to the media schedule announced this morning by the West Virginia University Athletics Communications staff.
Coach Neal Brown was originally scheduled to make post-practice remarks on Wednesday, but that has been switched to Thursday afternoon following the scrimmage.
Select players will be made available after Wednesday’s practice instead.
For the remainder of the week, no on-field activities are on the schedule for Friday ahead of Saturday morning’s Fan Day activities inside the stadium. Players and coaches will be up on the concourse for autographs and pictures from 9 until 10:30 a.m. and afterward then fans are encouraged to stick around to watch practice.
Select players will be made available to the media early Saturday afternoon.
The team is scheduled to have a closed practice on Sunday to conclude the week.
West Virginia opens the 2022 season against Pitt in the 105th renewal of the Backyard Brawl on Thursday, Sept. 1 at Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh. The game has already been announced a sellout.
Kickoff is set for 8 p.m.
Tickets for West Virginia’s six-game home schedule are currently on sale through the Mountaineer Ticket Office and can be purchased by logging on to WVUGAME.com or by calling 1-800-WVU GAME.
WVU’s home opener is Saturday, Sept. 10 against Kansas.