The West Virginia Gold-Blue spring football game left many questions unanswered going into the 2013 summer session, as the defense emerged as the 41-33 victors at Milan Puskar Stadium.
None of the arms in the WVU quarterback race were able to gain any noticeable ground, but a few of their potential targets made their case for starting time in what will be an all new receiving corps.
Additionally, the Mountaineer defense that was maligned in 2012 looks like it has already made improvement, particularly in the pass rush generated on its own offensive line.
Finally, before the game, West Virginia's new uniforms were revealed, so we'll break those down as well.
Let's jump right in and take a look at the hits and misses, wins and losses of the Gold-Blue game.