Why Dana Holgorsen Will Be a More Successful Coach Than Bill Stewart at WVU

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Why Dana Holgorsen Will Be a More Successful Coach Than Bill Stewart at WVU
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In the words of the former Mountaineers' head coach, Bill Stewart did not match the mountains in his time at Morgantown.

According to many sources, Stewart has opted to resign from his post as head coach in turn making current offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen the 33rd coach in the history of the Mountaineers for the upcoming 2011 season.

While the deal is not completely hammered out, the West Virginia football program, as many fan's opinions will reveal, is in better hands as Holgorsen will assume the role of head coach a year ahead of schedule.

So ultimately, will Dana Holgorsen have the Mountaineers competing for conference titles and more like AD Oliver Luck wishes and bring the program back to that of the Rich Rodriguez era? There should be no doubt.

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