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Heading to Morgantown for the Baylor-West Virginia Game?

What a terrific, gutsy victory by the Bears today over TCU!  A terrific crowd was treated to a great game at the new stadium!

And now it’s on to West Virginia, where we’ll be part of Heart Health Awareness Day (I think all of us celebrated Heart Health Awareness Day earlier today).  Those of you who have traveled to Morgantown for football games as a visitor no doubt had a memorable experience.  The university is trying to change some negative memories with its Goodwill City Ambassadors, a group of volunteers who are trying to make the fans of visiting teams feel welcome.

Ambassadors Coordinator Sara Bishop dropped us a note this week with a few links that might be of interest to Baylor fans who will attend this coming week’s game in West Virginia:

Sara suggested a few restaurants that she likes:  Varsity Club, Keglers Sports Bar and Lounge, the Boston Beanery.  In Morgantown’s Wharf District, she says there are many restaurants including Table 9, Mountain State Brewing Company, and Oliverios.

We hope those of you who will be attending the game in Morgantown have a terrific time!

 

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