Reports: Stewart Hospitalized

Multiple reports Monday afternoon indicated former West Virginia football coach Bill Stewart was taken to a hospital in Weston after suffering an apparent heart attack during a golf outing.

According to, Stewart was golfing at Stonewall Resort in Roanoke, W.Va., with his former boss, longtime West Virginia athletic director Ed Pastilong, when he collapsed.

Stewart, who was reportedly playing in the West Virginia Hospitality and Tourism Association's annual golf outing, was taken to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital in nearby Weston, according to the report.'s Geoff Coyle reported via Twitter that a source termed the heart attack "pretty serious."

Stewart was fired in June 2011 after compiling a 27-12 record in three seasons as head coach.

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