It’s gallows humor week!, part deux.

The worst thing about the Kentucky loss is that it’s robbed me of the pleasure I would ordinarily be taking from this.

Well, okay, most of the pleasure, anyway.


UPDATE: I have to admit that this cheered me up.

He really nailed that one, didn’t he?


Filed under Charlie Weis Is A Big Fat..., Georgia Football

10 responses to “It’s gallows humor week!, part deux.

  1. rbubp

    You have to admit he was a good fit for Notre Dame. The arrogance was always apparent, right there next to the “decided strategic advantage.”


  2. Dog in Fla

    “SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Charlie Weis wouldn’t blame Notre Dame for firing him.”

    And paying him $18,000,000.00.

    With that in mind, here’s the music that’s always playing between Charlie’s ears…


  3. Dawg N Suds

    Give Charlie credit for being honest with the media.

    We could use a good dose of that here.


  4. D.N. Nation

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Charlie Weis wouldn’t blame Notre Dame for firing him.

    I’d like to believe that our current coaching staff has considered that Damon Evans has this option available as well.

    If these guys are coaching for their jobs, I’m not seeing it.


  5. Dawg N Suds

    He knows Damon has that option.

    He also knows he has four more years left on an eight year contract.


    • D.N. Nation

      I find that other-worldly pathetic. You’re paid to make decisions conducive to winning football games. Not to just get paid. If you’re choosing option #2 over #1, then you’re doing your soul an extreme disservice.


  6. What’s funny about the Holtz video is that with the exception of Pitt, he was basically right about the Irish’s schedule. Michigan’s awful. USC is eminently beatable. The Washington teams are bad. Mich. St. backslid and Purdue’s nothing special. UConn’s going to have to fight to make a bowl game. Navy lost to Temple. If the Irish were even as good as the Stanford team that’s going to crush them this week, they’d have one loss at the most and be right in the BCS mix.

    But they’re not.