WVU's divided house destined to fall
West Virginia fell for Bill Stewart on a cool desert evening three-plus years ago. The Mountaineers had been jilted by their longtime partner, Rich Rodriguez. The university went to the Fiesta Bowl wounded, lacking in self-esteem, and there was Stewart, cooing sweet nothings to those troubled Eers.
They fell for him, and they fell hard. No. 9 West Virginia routed No. 4 Oklahoma 48-28. In the heat of the moment, before the sweat had dried on anybody's uniform, the university proposed ...
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