Charlie Weis’ Plan B

When your decided schematic advantage flops, just give up on the season.

The guy probably thinks he’s playing for the number one pick in the next draft, too.

How would you like to be a Kansas season ticket holder after hearing that?

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14 responses to “Charlie Weis’ Plan B

  1. Tronan

    This guy is like Bill Kristol. He’s consistently – often laughably – wrong about everything, but remains gainfully employed. I don’t get it.

  2. 69Dawg

    This guy is the enbodiment of the Peter Principle.

  3. Dog in Fla

    Charlie’s Plan B terminates excitement and optimism. Makes fan base miss the other Fat Bastard:

    “The hiring of Charlie Weis as the head coach at the University of Kansas seems to have brought a new aura of excitement and optimism that the KU football fan base hasn’t felt since the glory days of the Mangino era.”

    http://cschaeder.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/ku-football-ticket-demand-the-impact-of-hiring-charlie-weis-on-football-ticket-sales/

  4. Bard Parker

    Decided. Schematic. Advantage.

  5. BMan

    Speaking of decided schematic advantages, Paul Johnson just fired Al Groh. Maybe Charlie Weis can hire him.

    http://blogs.ajc.com/georgia-tech-sports/2012/10/08/al-groh-fired-at-tech/

  6. Russ

    The season ticket holders at KU don’t mind. Bball season doesn’t start for a few more weeks. Wait…there are football season ticket holders at KU? Who knew?

  7. Go Dawgs!

    Wow. I can’t think of too many things that would make me want to go play for a coach less if I were a blue-chip recruit. “Hey, kid, if it doesn’t work out by the time you’re a senior, we’ll put you on the shelf!” Hell, at least at Georgia, the only thing that happens to you is that you get your house egged. At least the coaches let you play.

    • gastr1

      Blue chip, hell…any recruit.
      Thing is, people in KU’s parts buy this guy’s bullshit because he is a name coach, and they don’t get name coaches– even fat blowhards that have been run out of previous better jobs.

      Just another day in la-la land for them.

  8. Always Someone Else's Fault

    Amazing how much money slapping high fives with Tom Brady and saying, “Yes sir,” to Belichik can earn you.

    Orange Bowl to punch-line, at the speed of Gill-Weis.

    • shane#1

      I’ll high five Brady and say “yes Sir” to Belichik for half the money. How about side line passes for Patriot games?