Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Unleash Hell, May 21, 2012.
Sorry to hear that....
wow only 59 and died playing golf.
Rip Bill. Condolences to his family and friends.
He wasn't good at clock management.
thats what losing to dan hawkins will do to you...
Let this be a lesson to DBT....
Thoughts and prayers to Coach Stewart's family...
You guys are bad....
i almost feel bad about that one... ALMOST
don't feel too bad..I chuckled.
A death like his is pretty common. Lots of guys seem to go shortly after retiring. A few of my father's friends went that way.
All of them went doing something relatively athletic within a year of retiring. Golf, riding bike, shoveling snow, etc.
I'll admit it. I laughed. Yeah, I'm probably going to hell.
Aisle seat please.
wow, that was a surprise. thots and prayers to the family.
seals it for me nothing but hookers when I retire
Sorry to hear this. Stewart was WVU to the core.
He always seemed like a stand-up guy. Kind of like Larry Coker at Miami or Frank Solich at Nebraska. Solid football coaches who had good records but couldn't sell themselves or their visions well enough to please boosters and got replaced by more dynamic guys (who didn't end up being as successful).
Hopefully CU has learned its lesson and is now just fine with coaches who are boring or don't handle the media well but consistently win.
RIP Bill Stewart. You deserved better from WVU.
Our Stewart was better than their Stewart on that day.
Four and a half years later, our Stewart tweaks his ACL and their Stewart kicks the bucket.
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