The good news is that there is only one non-Saturday Big East game for WVU this year. WVU will play PItt on the Friday after Thanksgiving. The bad news is that the two most anticipated non-conference games, at Colorado and vs. Auburn, will be on Thursday this upcoming year. MSNsporstnet has the entire schedule up and four of the games are already reserved for television (Colorado, Auburn, Pitt, USF) with more potentially getting either ESPN, ESPN2, or regional coverage (Marshall, ECU, UConn, Cinci, and Louisville) depending on the success of WVU and their opponents. The home schedule breaks down with 1 game in August, 1 in September, 3 in October, 1 in November, and 1 in December. Ready to start fishing Ed Pastilong on the schedule:
“I am excited about this year’s schedule,” Pastilong says. “We have seven home games, which always is good for our fan base. It is a very challenging non-conference schedule but unique in that we have games against various conferences, Auburn from the SEC, Colorado from the Big 12 and East Carolina from Conference USA.”He failed to mention Villanova from the "I didn't know they had a team" Conference and Marshall because honestly no one cares about them at all.