September 19, 2008
Stewart refuses to second guess play calls
BOULDER, Colo.-Bill Stewart refused to second guess himself, and asked others not to do so either after West Virginia's bitter 17-14 overtime loss at the hands of Colorado Thursday night before 51,883 fans and a national television audience.
"We weren't going to kick the ball at the end of the game. I don't second guess. I absolutely wouldn't change a thing. We weren't' going to put our defense on the 50-yard-line with the game on the line," he said.
Stewart's answer was to a question about the last West Virginia possession of regulation. West Virginia started out on its own 20 with 2:09 to go. It finished at the Colorado 48 and Pat White's Hail Mary attempt went incomplete as time expired.
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