Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Pittsburgh reporter: Stewart wanted dirt on Holgorsen

Bill Stewart

Are we sure we are talking about grown-ups here? According to Colin Dunlap, a reporter for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, he was approached and asked by West Virginia head coach Bill Stewart to see if he could "dig up some dirt" on his heir apparent, Dana Holgorsen.

The reveal came during an interview on Pittsburgh radio station 93.7, the Fan late Monday night. Dunlap told the station Stewart said to him "You need to dig up this dirt, you need to get it out on this guy" in a phone call.

This comes on the heels of yesterday's reports that Stewart--or his wife planted reports about Holgorsen allegedly having an alcohol issue in two West Virginia newspapers.

This is a story that appears to have a some legs and will keep developing. We're afraid its going to get even uglier for the people involved. Wisely, Holgorsen is keeping a low profile and hasn't publicly commented on this. He shouldn't. It's just going to feed the machine. He needs to let it play out and what happens, happens. After it does, he can speak his mind.

Here is the interview, Courtesy: KDKA The Fan radio/SportsbyBrooks--

CREDIT: KDKA-FM PITTBURGH by sportsxbrooks

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