WVU has the second most expensive gameday experience in the nation, according to 247Sports.
Morgantown, WV – When the Mountaineers take the field this fall, fans can expect to break the bank to watch their team in-person. According to 247Sports, WVU has the second most expensive gameday experience in the nation ($264 per person), behind only Oklahoma ($276 per person).
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For many, especially those who do not hurt financially, this may be no problem. However, the state of West Virginia is one of the poorest in the nation. Several individuals simply cannot afford this type of expense, most notably families.
For fans all across the Mountain State, WVU Football is a way of life. The Mountaineer Faithful that tune-in to watch the Old Gold & Blue every weekend deserve to afford the opportunity to attend a game at Milan Puskar Stadium. With the current financial state of pricing with the Athletic Department, and Football Program, this is simply not feasible.
Fans deserve better, and so does the State of West Virginia.
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