Found October 30, 2012 on
Sad news tonight as Bearcat defensive end Walter Stewart has seen his playing career come to an end. From our friends at Bearcat Lair:
Stewart’s foster father, Keith Fields, told BCL on Monday night that Stewart was born without a “posterior C1 arch” and the problem surfaced after the Fordham game on October 13.
“Walt was injured on the fourth play of the game,” said Fields. “But he continued to play the rest of the game. The acute fracture of the front part of his arch revealed the problem with the C1.”
Many people thought that Stewart would be an NFL draft pick. His 17.5 sacks finished 8th all time at Cincinnati. He was a key part of last season's 10-3 Liberty Bowl championship squad. He was one of the leaders of this team. Stewart burst on the scene in 2009, when he had 4.5 sacks and 8,5 tackles for loss on the Big East champion Sugar Bowl squad. Seeing him in such high spirits as he ran down the sideline during the Louisville game as the team switc...
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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...