A number of open slots still remain on the schedule, so it is likely that a few more Mountaineer games will be picked up. At least one additional game will be carried by ABC, which is currently scheduled to air four Big East contests. Additional slots are also available on ESPN, ESPN2, and the Big East network on ESPN regional. Those games will be announced as the season unfolds.
No Additional TV Slots Announced for WVU
As of now, West Virginia has two games slated - the September 7 clash with Wisconsin, which will be the Big East Game of the Week, and the Wednesday night border battle against Virginia Tech on November 20, which will be carried by ESPN2.
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