Charlie Weis’s Job at Stake In 2009

Posted by Joseph Morgan on September-1-2009 Add Comments

Patience is a virtue.

That being said, it's difficult to find many virtuous college football programs in today's game.

When hiring a new football coach, schools expect immediate improvement, regardless of the current state of its respective football program.

For example, some coaches merely have the task of waking up a sleeping giant, like Urban Meyer did when he became the head coach of the Florida Gators in 2005.

However, other coaches are forced to rebuild an entire program in as little as three or four years, a task that countless coaches have ...

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