Aren't too many WVU fans on here, but there are some, and some haters . Anyway, I didn't want to sidetrack the UC thread more than I already had, so I figured I'd start this.
Jarret Brown replaced White last year, and he was an RR guy, and a 5th year senior. Otherwise, RR left the QB cupboard bare. Stewart has brought in 3 4* QB's in two recruiting classes, including this year's starter Geno Smith. He's probably WVU's most highly regarded QB recruit of the last 20 years (PW was not that highly regarded coming out of HS).
Slaton was replaced by Devine (an RR recruit), and Devine looks to be replaced by Tavon Austin, a 5* out of Maryland. WVU has GOT to get this guy more touches this year, as he is truly lightning in a bottle.
YouTube - Tavon Austin 2nd College TD 10 24 09
My point is, on paper, Stewart has replaced most of the offensive talent (he has brought in many talented WR recruits as well). How well he can coach them and get the most out of them, is of course the question.
The biggest issue for me is the offensive line. It was incredibly bad last year, and basically the same line is back this year. Are they a year stronger and better? Or are they simply a mediocre group. Time will tell. I'm starting to get really excited about football season. Hopefully the refs don't rob us of our biggest game of the year again this year!