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I still think you are dealing with one of the turf diseases since the damage was so widespread. The problem was probably that your grass was stressed from drought and the disease was able to really take hold. Your new grass should be okay but you need to treat earlier next year. I think the combination of drought stress and treating it too late was what led to the rapid spread.
You can use the Bonide hose-end Infuse now if you want. It has a growth stimulator which Bonide states can promote faster establishment of your fescue grass. Apply according to the label directions for NEWLY planted cool season lawns. Follow up with an application in the spring following the recommendations on the Hose-end Infuse label.
Glad the new grass is coming in well. Good luck!