In Stewart, WVU's successor to Rodriguez right under their nose
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Bill Stewart didn't need an actual job interview. His performance in the 2½ weeks since Rich Rodriguez resigned, punctuated by West Virginia's resounding victory over Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, was enough.
Now he's the coach of the Mountaineers, a promotion for a man who calls himself a "West Virginian all my life."
"I had the longest job interview in America," Stewart joked
Thursday, hours after the 48-28 victory over the Sooners and before
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