Weis is not the answer.

Posted by: KUHawkhead

Weis is not the answer. - 10/05/13 01:38 PM

nm
Posted by: jhawk0097

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/05/13 02:23 PM

Put the "nm" in the subject line dumbshit.
Posted by: thanks32758

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/05/13 03:08 PM

Embarrassing! My suggestion is dropping football. Thanks Lew. At least Manginos teams competed. Because of you Lew MMs last year was 5-7 with a team that shouldve at least gone to a bowl. You hire TG who couldnt have beat the little sisters of the poor. Now we hire Weis who couldnt win at Notre Dame. How the flock will he win at KU? K State the worst football program in Div. I can hire a coach and win. Lawrence has to be a more attractive place for prospects than Manhattan. Maybe MM needed to go but at least make the effort to win.
Posted by: thanks32758

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/05/13 03:09 PM

Or even compete
Posted by: appyhawk

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/05/13 04:47 PM

Weis is doing some good things.
Calling offensive strategy and plays isn't one of them.
Posted by: mtglite

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/05/13 05:14 PM

Wearing double assed pants would be an even better call
Posted by: 58hawk

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/05/13 08:25 PM

Wonder what offense we run next Saturday? The wishbone?
Posted by: thanks32758

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/05/13 11:22 PM

Game 4 of season and cant even snap the ball?
Posted by: MuckFizzou

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/05/13 11:47 PM

Well said HawkHead
Posted by: 58hawk

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/06/13 10:13 PM

He didn't say anything.,
Posted by: KUHawkhead

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/06/13 11:44 PM

I said enough.
Posted by: appyhawk

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/07/13 11:15 AM

Success in handicapping a horse race depends upon careful consideration of past performance records, knowing what the ratings indicate, and how those ratings will react interacting with each other in the race at hand.
Charlie has a track record. The question is whether or not it is truly reflective of his individual performance and how he will run today's race against the competition he faces.
It is also necessary to consider whether coaches determine player's success, or players determine a coach's success. Both are true, IMO.
I don't see how anyone can expect Kansas football success can elevate higher than a 2 star level without attracting a roster of players who can perform at the 4-5 star level. Nor can you expect players to perform at the highest level without receiving the benefit of 5 star level coaching. Methinks we have neither, and I'm not sure how we can get either.
Posted by: redrover

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/07/13 11:22 AM


lets be good fans and give the guy a chance. this is embarrassing.

also, horse racing is not necessarily comparable to everything in life. although sometimes i have to piss like a racehorse.
Posted by: redrover

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/07/13 11:23 AM


also, seeing someone call someone else a dumbshit interferes with my enjoyment of the message boards.
Posted by: namohcan_99

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/07/13 11:24 AM

Originally Posted By: 58hawk
Wonder what offense we run next Saturday? The wishbone?


I would be okay with that. It is simple and hard to screw up. Plus we have the RBs to make that happen. Better than drawing up a pass offense none of the players are comfortable with when we don't have the players who can execute it.
Posted by: DCHawk1

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/07/13 11:41 AM

Weis interferes with my enjoyment of KU football.
Posted by: 58hawk

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/07/13 01:09 PM

I remember on one of our offensive sets that the WR that came in the game had to stop and ask Heaps where he should go....Talk about confusing. And Weis is talking about more changes for this Saturday. More changes=more confusion.
Posted by: appyhawk

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 10/07/13 02:26 PM

Originally Posted By: redrover
...horse racing is not necessarily comparable to everything in life...


Minimal cognitive abilities in conceptual recognition prove, if nothing else, de-funding education is a losing bet.
Posted by: KUHawkhead

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 11/11/17 04:22 AM

So, in bumping this post....are we worse now than then? I say yes.
Posted by: KUCO_VOC

Re: Weis is not the answer. - 11/11/17 08:36 AM

Leading up to a tough road game at Texas, I IMO believe the scooterman contributed to the mess we find ourselves in. But com'n, the current leaders of our program (talking Beaty Bowen Meachum) have to bring a sense of urgency to the field each week instead of ignoring the obvious correctible weaknesses. Addressing our recruiting issues today, we are not getting smarter (look at how many turndowns we get!) than the weak recruiting into Hawaii by Weis.
Culturally, we suck at all leadership phases by the staff trickling down to the captains of the players group. Then it erodes the confidence of the average talent players. True leaders lead, they don't learn leadership on the job (see Beaty).
AD Zenger is going to have to accept his role in this mess or be replaced sooner than later. We have a new chancellor so the winds of change are only a breeze now. But in Kansas, the winds are fierce and so too will we see that sweep away the leaderless HC and his selected staff. We don't know the timing but it will come (fans don't remain loyal after all to a HC who loses 60-0 basically week after weak). All we can hope for is a miracle today. Common sense will come later.