Submitted by UGACory on Mon, 12/12/2011 - 12:03
This serves as a notice to all Kansas Jayhawk players, when you return from Christmas break, Charlie Weis says you better be ready!
Kansas coach Charlie Weis wasn't looking to make friends the first time he addressed his new football team. Christmas break is approaching after a week of finals tests, and Weis warned his Jayhawks. They'd better enjoy it. When they returned to campus, the mood wouldn't be quite so jolly.
Submitted by UGACory on Fri, 12/09/2011 - 01:04
Somewhere... Todd Grantham is not happy about this news.
Submitted by UGACory on Fri, 10/28/2011 - 10:07
So far, we have talked about two sets that Charlie Weis likes to use to build off of for his game plan vs. FAU. The last formation that we're going to look at is his use of the off-set I-formation. This formation, in my opinion, will give us the most trouble because we have seen it before (vs. South Carolina) and were exposed by it.
Submitted by UGACory on Thu, 10/27/2011 - 00:26
The 2007 Georgia-Florida still leaves a bad taste in the mouths of many down in the Swamp. In fact, the effects of Georgia's touchdown celebration stretched all the way to the golden dome in South Bend. When asked earlier this week about the celebration, Weis had this to say:
Submitted by UGACory on Thu, 10/27/2011 - 00:12
Our second installment of "Breaking Down Charlie Weis" will be focused on the single-back series for the Florida Gators. Weis, as we have said, likes to use a certain set or look with a base play and builds on the play throughout the game. The goal is to say, hey, you stopped this play from this formation last time, well, let's see how you do with this wrinkle. The progression of the sets and plays keeps the defenses on their toes and keeps the offense with the advantage.
Submitted by UGACory on Tue, 10/25/2011 - 23:49
Charlie Weis, the University of Florida Offensive Coordinator, is seen as an "offensive genius" by many in the football world, and why shouldn't he be? He was the OC under Bill Belichick and won 3 Super Bowls for the Patriots, he brought Notre Dame to 2 BCS Bowls and had one of the top offenses in college football, and, in 2010, as the OC for the Kansas City Chiefs, Weis had a top 10 offense and sent 3 players to the Pro Bowl. As a head coach, Weis may not have been very successful, however, as an offensive coordinator, Weis has been one of the best.