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Kansas Jayhawks head coach Charlie Weis made arguably the most insensible play call of the college football weekend when he pulled the trigger on a fake punt while standing on his own goal line.
As fate would have it, the Jayhawks punter failed miserably in his pursuit to reach the 29-yard-line to convert a first down.
Naturally, Texas Tech scored a touchdown moments later.
Via The Big Lead
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On this one, we're going to spare Charlie Weis a mention of the "decided schematic advantage" quote.
We're not going to bring that up because there is, we'll concede, a reasonable level of doubt as to who, precisely, is to blame for this.
As you can see, Weis' Jayhawks were backed up against their own goal line in the first half of a 10-10 game at home...
Earlier today, we showed you Kansas’ completely awful failed fake punt attempt when the Jayhawks were facing a 4th and 13 backed up against their own endzone — yeah, it was that bad:
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It takes a very special kind of football coach to try a fake punt on 4th and 13 when they are inside of their own 20. Charlie Weis is that kind of special. Behold the great and powerful Weis completely screw over his defense with this genius play call.
How devastating was that fake punt? Well, the score at the time was 10-10. The game ended 54-16. Smooth move Mr. Weis.
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Kansas coach Charlie Weis knows exactly how long it will have been since the Jayhawks last won a Big 12 game when they face No. 20 Texas Tech on Saturday.
He made sure to remind his team this week.
''As of this Saturday it will be 1,063 days since Kansas football won a game against a Big 12 opponent,'' Weis said Tuesday, ''and if we exclude Colorado, who...
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He made sure to remind his team this week.
"As of this Saturday it will be 1,063 days since Kansas football won a game against a Big 12 opponent," Weis said Tuesday, "and if we exclude Colorado...