Now to the Fiesta Bowl, where Oklahoma and the much-discussed West Virginia Mountaineers met up last night. The recent discussion had very little to do with the Mountaineers outstanding season, but instead on their vacancy at head coach.
Not long ago, Jimbo Fisher's name was being dropped for the job. However, he quelled all rumors when he announced his intentions to stay with the Seminoles.
Terry Bowden was interested, he told us that in Florence, Alabama, however, nearly a decade away from the sidelines seems to have made the Mountaineers cautious of bringing him in.
The final name of interest was their assistant and then interim head coach Bill Stewart. After knocking off Oklahoma last night, he was officially named the Head Football Coach of West Virginia.
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