This is an incredible statistic.
Thirty-eight? There were post-death penalty rosters healthier than that.
The greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing gullible athletic directors that Charlie Weis had a clue about being a successful head coach.
This one boggles my mind.
Kansas, it took you more than six years to figure out how incompetent this guy was? Sheesh.
… was convincing Notre Dame to pony up an almost $19 million buyout of Charlie Weis’ contract.
The most “just sayin'” tweet you’ll see today.
To be fair, Notre Dame no longer operates with a decided schematic advantage on offense these days.
Two thoughts on that: first, Charlie Weis must be tired of a whole lot of folks, and second, just because they don’t know who you are, Charlie, doesn’t mean they’re wrong.
At this point, Charlie Weis continuing to rake in obscene amounts of money from Notre Dame no longer amazes me. What continues to amaze, though, is the realization that he leveraged all that stupidity off a loss.
This is inspired.
“Impossible”, you say. And then you stop for a minute…