an·no·tate–verb (used with object) 1.to supply with critical or explanatory notes; comment upon in notes: to annotate the works of Shakespeare.
What it really means: Look for Brandon Hogan to be on a football field in Baton Rouge, La. on Saturday night.
What he said (of Brandon Hogan): "I think we've made a whole lot of it, I think we need to put it to rest."
What it really means: Stewart is reeeeeeaaaaaallllllllly tired of talking about Hogan. Like reeeeeeaaaaaallllllllly tired of it. And Pat Miller didn't do a great job against Maryland.
What he said: "I am so pleased that the Mountaineers can continue to play the Maryland Terrapins for another four-year extension. We have tried and tried and tried to get neighboring schools, in neighboring states to accommodate the same way."
What it really means: Penn State, Virginia and Virginia Tech won't play a home and home with West Virginia.
What he said: "I don't want to be like a harping parent."
What it really means: Stewart talked about letting that swagger back in the program, and he realizes it isn't a bad thing. He has to stick with that decision and continue to allow these guys to have a looser leash.
What he said (of Saturday's Maryland win): "We closed at the end with a nice long drive to come away with the victory."
What it really means: Ryan Clarke might get the football a little bit more after halftime of games, when teams are worn out.
What he said: "Teams have not been real successful down in Tiger Country. Maybe we'll be a little more successful. ... That's why you play 'em"
What it really means: West Virginia ain't scared.
What he said of Baton Rouge: "I don't look at it as we are going into this terrible situation. You just go down and play ball."
What it really means: Exactly that.
What he said: "You want to get in Bill Stewart's doghouse, you get up and leave class while a professor is talking."
What it really means: That situation has happened in the past ... and someone has run stadium stairs for it.
What he said: "I don't like penalties."
What it really means: Some players ran some stadium steps the last couple days.
What he said (of Pat Lazear): "He's got that bone bruise deep inside, that's what has been the slowdown in this whole progression. We are going to try and play him this week. I don't know that, we will know that Thursday, but he has been running. He ran hard Sunday and did some cutting drills Monday."
What it really means: Don't look for Lazear to play against LSU.
What he said (about Josh Jenkins' injury and subsequent knee scope): "You will know Thursday about Josh."
What it really means: Don't look for Jenkins to play against LSU.
What he said (of LSU's Patrick Peterson): "The guy is the best DB in the country."
What it really means: Geno Smith will throw the ball to the other side of the field, or at the very least always know where Peterson is.
What it really means: Really? Come on, Mickey?