Found October 30, 2012 on Bearcats Blog:
There have been a lot of little nuggets of news coming out today. Let's tackle those first. Secondly we will get to my thoughts on the Bearcats exhibition opener.  If you missed it last night, Walter Stewart's Cincinnati career is over. There may be a full write up about Walter tomorrow. When I say there may, there will be. Butch Jones had this to say about Walt, per the man Paul Dehner Jr:  Jones also said that Stewart would have a spot on his coaching staff. It's been a while since the news broke that Walt was done, but it's still sad. I hope things work out for him. He seems like a good guy.  In some better news, Greg Blair should be granted another year of eligibility. Blair was a junior college transfer. He hurt his leg last season, played in the Miami game, then got hurt again and missed the rest of the year. Blair has been a revelation for the Bearcats this season. He's a very important part of the team and I'm glad he's coming bac...
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