Posted April 23, 2012 on
The roster of the Kansas football team was shortened by two names Monday, as Head Coach Charlie Weis announced the dismissal of linebacker Colin Garrett and cornerback Chris Robinson for an undisclosed violation of team rules.
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Charlie Weis is hoping turnover in the Kansas roster yields a turnaround on the field.
The first-year coach of the Jayhawks has stuck to his promise that guys who don't play by the rules will be gone, dismissing two more just this past week. Meanwhile, he's brought in three of his former players from Notre Dame to jumpstart the scuffling program.
It's been a whirlwind...
Charlie Weis is a man on a mission, trying to revive a Kansas football program that hasn't been to a Bowl Game since 2008. In an attempt to instill a winning mindset in his players, Weis is even having them practice celebrations. During the final 10 minutes of practice on Thursday, Weis had kicker Ron Doherty go onto the field to attempt a "game-winning" field goal...
New Kansas coach Charlie Weis isn't exaggerating when he repeats the coaching mantra that spring practice shows how far his team is from being ready to play actual games.
Weis took over in the offseason after the Jayhawks fell to 2-10 under departed coach Turner Gill, and it didn't take long for him to see why Kansas had a coaching vacancy to begin with.
The Jayhawks have...
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Matt Tait looks at new Big 12 members TCU and West Virginia, along with first-year Kansas head football coach Charlie Weis. (The Lawrence Journal-World)
Texas Tech HC Tommy Tuberville thinks that the Big 12 should...
That Tanner Hawkinson and Toben Opurum should be named captains by their teammates is no surprise. They represent everything Head Coach Charlie Weis wants in his leaders - responsible and hard working on and off the field. But Dayne Crist's elevation to the same status after just a few months in Lawrence, Kan. shows everyone is rowing in the same direction.