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WVU to open 2015 football season with 3 straight home games

West Virginia opens its 2015 football season with three straight games at Milan Puskar Stadium, part of a schedule released Wednesday that features seven home games.

The Mountaineers open against Georgia Southern on Sept. 5 and play Liberty the next week before getting an early bye. WVU will resume against Maryland before going on the road to face Oklahoma on Oct. 3 in its first Big 12 game.

The rest of the home schedule includes conference foes Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Texas and Iowa State. All games on the schedule are set for Saturdays (times to be determined) except for Oct. 29, a Thursday, when the Mountaineers visit TCU.

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