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    Re: Bill Stewart (Former WVU Coach) Passes Away

    Although he didn't have a long career at WVU, I always thought he seemed like a coach that loved his school. Especially after he won the Fiesta Bowl.



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    Re: Bill Stewart (Former WVU Coach) Passes Away

    Condolences to the WVU community and Mr. Stewart's family.



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    Re: Bill Stewart (Former WVU Coach) Passes Away

    That sucks. He was a players coach... not a great gameday coach, but he got a ton of respect from his players and they played hard for him. Too bad, seemed like a great guy with a ton of character.

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    Re: Bill Stewart (Former WVU Coach) Passes Away

    I loved Stewarts passion. He seemed to be a great guy.. RIP



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    Re: Bill Stewart (Former WVU Coach) Passes Away

    My best wishes go to WVU and his family loved his passion for the game, not many coaches like that anymore.



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