Monday, May 21, 2012

Former WVU coach Bill Stewart dies of heart attack

Bill Stewart


Former West Virginia head football coach Bill Stewart apparently died Monday after suffering a major heart attack while playing golf.

Stewart took over the head job at West Virginia in 2007 after his then boss, Rich Rodriguez bailed and went to Michigan. Stewart, who was 60-years old, was forced to resign the job in mid-2011 after several "Issues" arose when the school hired Dana Holgersen to be the "Coach in Waiting".

According to the website, Stewart was at the Stonewall Golf Resort, playing in the West Virginia Hospitality and Tourism Associations golf outing.

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