Charlie Weis-Notre Dame: If Weis Out, More Experienced Coach Needs In

Posted by Jon Hunn on November-28-2009 Add Comments


Before Charlie Weis was officially announced as the new head coach at Notre Dame, he was preceded with praise from his colleagues and the press touting him as an offensive genius—a guru of X’s and O’s that, if anything else, could get the Irish offense firing on all cylinders.

Six years later, Charlie Weis has more or less lived up to those expectations, save one season. Six years later, Irish football fans are not satisfied with just a powerful offense and it’s hard to blame them. Are the expectations of Irish fans too high? Maybe. If so, it’s because most fans have seen an incredibly talented team showing flashes of greatness, yet continuing to perform at a mediocre level.

The 2009 season is nearly ove...

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