Bill Stewart, who amassed a 28–12 record as head football coach at West Virginia before being forced out in 2011, has died of an apparent heart attack. He was 59.
West Virginia's coaching situation is, to put it as mildly as we can, a total clusterfuck. Whoever in the athletics office thought it would be a good idea to hire Dana Holgorsen as head-coach-in-waiting, while still keeping current coach Bill Stewart around for another year, ought to find themselves out of a job soon…
One might say that Bill Stewart is heavily invested in the state of West Virginia: Not only does he coach the Mountaineers, but he was born and raised there. The following video doesn't quite rise to the level of a Jimmy Patsos email, but it's head-scratchingly wonderful nonetheless.