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It's happening again. All of it. Charlie Weis didn't learn a thing. After his run at Notre Dame as the greatest flop in college sports history, Weis is doing all the same things in his new job at Kansas.
The patterns, the gimmicks, the bullying, the failure. It's all so familiar. It turns out Weis' ego is even bigger than we thought when he was at Notre Dame. Weis must believe that his failures in South Bend weren't his fault. Why else would he keep doing the same things and think they would work now?
Kansas, you've been conned. Notre Dame knows your pain.
The Jayhawks are 1-4 in Weis' first year, after falling apart late to Northern Illinois, and losing this past Saturday to Kansas State, 56-16. This week, Oklahoma State might score 100 on Kansas.
Weis walked into a mess when he took the job, and a coach needs a few years. But these past two weeks should have been particularly scary for Kansas fans.
Weis started Tweeting angrily about something in t...
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The big question people have wondered since Notre Dame agreed to join the ACC as partial member earlier this year. We know the details full member in all sports and 5 scheduled ACC games a year. Maybe we can gain an idea with some actual numbers. Let’s start with the ACC’s current TV deal.
The ACC’s current television deal is worth and average of 17.1 Million per team a year...
When you mention Oklahoma State in recent years under Mike Gundy, you’re likely to remember epic video game battles with your friends. The Cowboys put up “big, big numbers” in the words of Kansas coach Charlie Weis.
Team slammed by our own school newspaper. Amazing! No problem with opponents paper or local media. You deserve what you get! But, not home!
— Coach Charlie Weis (@CoachWeisKansas) October 4, 2012
The above tweet from Kansas head football coach Charlie Weis is in response to the headline on a piece that ran in the University Daily Kansan, the student newspaper for KU.
Notre Dame (5-0) hosts Stanford (4-1) at 3:30 p.m. ET on NBC in one of the marquee macthups of Week 7.
Lee Corso has made it a habit in recent weeks of breaking out live animals onto the College GameDay set.
That changed Saturday morning when Corso went with the Fighting Irish for the first time as the featured game of the week on ESPN College GameDay, as he dressed up in a leprechaun...
Stanford is riding a three-game winning streak against Notre Dame, but notching no. 4 in a row will be a daunting task in what looks to be an evenly-matched game on the road. Here is the Cardinal formula to success.
Everett Golson was firing on all cylinders last week in Notre Dame’s 41-3 trashing of Miami. Golson was collected, accurate and took what Miami gave him and burned them. It was also against Miami, one of the worst defenses in college football. The Hurricanes have allowed thirty plus points on average to their opposition.Putting the filters on we began to wonder how much Notre Dame’s...
Mission Viejo (Calif.) High four-star safety prospect and USC commit Max Redfield will be on Notre Dame's campus this weekend, and he spoke about it with IrishEyes.com.
Live by the sword, die by the sword. Stanford's last four contests have come down to the wire. The Cardinal are now 2-2 in those games after dropping a 20-13 decision in South Bend.
Notre Dame is hosting a trio of official visitors this weekend to correspond with its showdown against Stanford and IrishEyes.com takes a look at where the Irish stand with each prospect.
Notre Dame beats Cactus Shadows on Cox 7 game of the week
Notre Dame has fallen in three straight to Stanford, and during the program's back-to-back wins vs. Brian Kelly's teams, the Cardinal defensive line has whipped the Irish up front in both.
A.J. Highsmith admits that Notre Dame was a disappointing lost, but that hasn’t stopped him from having a positive head for this week. He assures the press that the team is moving forward and focusing on the future rather than the past. Read on to see what Highsmith has to say about the team and their defensive progress.
Notre Dame survives Stanford in overtime, helped by two iffy calls.
Updated depth chart and notes for each position for Notre Dame's offense heading into Saturday's matchup with No. 17 Stanford.