Milan Puskar Stadium

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Milan Puskar Stadium
Location Morgantown, West Virginia
Opened September 6, 1980
Other Names Mountaineer Field (1980-2004)
Tenants West Virginia Mountaineers (1980-present)

Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium is an American football stadium in Morgantown, West Virginia, on the campus of West Virginia University. It opened in 1980 and serves as the home field for the West Virginia Mountaineers football team. The facility is named for Milan Puskar, a Morgantown resident and founder in of Mylan Pharmaceuticals, Inc. who donated $20 million to the university in 2004. The playing surface retains the stadium's original name of Mountaineer Field, which was also the name of WVU's previous football stadium. The stadium’s design was inspired by Jack Trice Stadium, which opened a few years earlier at Iowa State University.

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League Date/Season Team(s) Type
College football October 23, 1982 West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Penn State Nittany Lions Program
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Big 12 Conference
All Schools Baylor Bears • Iowa State Cyclones • Kansas Jayhawks • Kansas State Wildcats • Oklahoma Sooners • Oklahoma State Cowboys • TCU Horned Frogs • Texas Longhorns • Texas Tech Red Raiders • UCF Knights • West Virginia Mountaineers
Basketball Venues Gallagher-Iba Arena • Lloyd Noble Center
Football Venues Amon G. Carter Stadium • Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium • Boone Pickens Stadium • Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium • Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium • McLane Stadium • Milan Puskar Stadium