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CHARLIE WEIS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Report: Charlie Weis interested in a Bucs’ opening

There are names being thrown out by many that could potentially become the Buccaneers’ next offensive coordinator. But the latest report is a more interesting take.  According to JoeBucsFan.com, former NFL assistant Charlie Weis has interest in being a part of Lovie Smith’s coaching staff. Joe received a call this afternoon from someone he knows and trusts who is a family...
Via The Bay Cave
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Florida President Overheard Discussing Next Offensive Coordinator: “I Don’t Want Another Charlie Weis”

The major failing of Will Muschamp’s tenure at Florida was his inability to field a competent offense to match what was a very good Gators defense. From 2011-2014, Florida’s offenses finished 71st, 78th, 113th, and 56th. Former Notre Dame, and most recently, Kansas head coach Charlie Weis was the offensive coordinator of that 2011 team, and he clearly didn’t leave a great impression...
Via College Spun
December 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Fear And Hope Together: Inside the Latest Kansas Coaching Search

As a Kansas fan and alum, football season is a bit less exciting than basketball season to say the least. The one “positive” to being a Kansas fan is I have gotten really good at going through coaching searches. This is the third search for a head coach Kansas has undertaken since Mark Mangino left the school in 2009. So what is it like to go through a coaching search? Equal...
Via The Student Section
December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Kansas cans head coach Charlie Weis

Another college football head coach was left unemployed on Sunday morning, as it was announced that the Kansas Jayhawks had fired head coach Charlie Weis. Weis’ tenure with the Jayhawks was certainly one to forget. The former Super Bowl-winning offensive coordinator with the New England Patriots compiled a 6-22 record in a little over two seasons with the team, including a 2-3...
Via isportsweb.com
September 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Dreadful Offensive Numbers Forced Kansas to Fire Charlie Weis

Kansas football did what it had to Sunday, firing Charlie Weis just into his third season as head coach. Why Make the Change Now? Make no mistake about it: this is something KU had to do right now. Sure, it’s usually not a good thing for a program to terminate its coach in the middle of a season, with eight games remaining on the schedule. However, sometimes a leadership change...
Via The Student Section
September 28, 2014  |  Discuss

12 candidates to replace Charlie Weis at Kansas

After a disastrous 6-22 record in three seasons, Charlie Weis was fired as Kansas’ head coach on Sunday. Weis went 1-18 in three years during...
Via Athlon Sports
September 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Weis challenges fans to show up for Texas

Kansas has struggled to fill the seats of Memorial Stadium so far. With 36,574 in the crowd for the first game against SEMO and 34,822 last week vs. Central Michigan, Charlie Weis has become frustrated. Kansas had the worst record in the Big 12 last season and they were averaging 37,884 fans per game. KU is well below that this year. Despite a 2-1 record, Kansas fans are having...
Via Rock Chalk Blog
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Kansas’ AD Responds To An Angry Fan’s “Fire Weis” E-Mail Following The Jayhawks Loss To Duke

Twitter/@6NewsLawrence Plenty of athletic directors have received e-mails from angry fans about firing the coach after a bad loss. Not every AD takes the time to respond. Following Kansas’ 41-3 loss at Duke, one KU alum sent an e-mail of that ilk to Kansas’ Sheahon Zenger. To his surprise, he received a response from Zenger a few days later. The Kansas City Star‘s Rustin Dodd wrote...
Via College Spun
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Kansas’ Charlie Weis Says His Players ‘Should Just Shut Up’

Charlie Weis is apparently not a fan of his players talking to the media.  Following the game against Southeast Missouri State, a 34-28 victory, a number of Jayhawks’ players spoke about losing focus during the contest, which began with 24-straight points by Kansas. Many also mentioned the crowd at Memorial Stadium, which had an attendance of 36,574.  The 58-year-old coach was...
Via College Spun
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss
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