WVU talks exclusively about winning while Pitt doesn’t in Haywood’s introductory PC


PITT INTRODUCES HAYWOOD; WVU EYES NATIONAL CONTENDER STATUS Did we see two different agenda’s being put in place by West Virginia and Pittsburgh today? “At the end of the day results matter, “West Virginia Athletic director Oliver Luck said in his press conference today on the decision of getting rid of Bill Stewart as head coach after the 2011 season, with the hiring of Dana Holgorsen to take over in 2012. So why did Luck make the move despite Stewart being in line to have a 10 win season? “We weren’t getting the results, ” Luck said. “There’s also a financial component to this. Our season ticket base has declined from Stewart’s first year to the present time. We’ve had two crowds since 2004 under 50,000 and both of those took place in the last couple of years. That to me is an indication that our fans aren’t satisfied withRead More »