Thursday, May 21, 2009

Notre Dame Minimizes The Truth

Notre Dame has been conveniently leaving out Charlie Weis' losing seasons out of their media guides.

Evidently they have been doing this since Weis was hired in 2005.
The decision to omit those records goes back to when Weis was hired in 2005 without any prior head coaching experience. Notre Dame’s media relations department said Monday that it treated his coaching history like that of an assistant – only accentuating the positive.

“That’s the way we did it at the time and that’s what we’ve lived with, for the most part,” said Notre Dame senior associate athletics director for media relations John Heisler said. “If you go back, it didn’t necessarily look the same as Bob’s or Tyrone’s or anybody’s. We weren’t trying to make it look identical.”

Notre Dame University (sic) may not have to worry about leaving out Charlie's record this year considering their relatively easy schedule that includes both Washington schools. But somehow, I don't think Charlie gets more than 8 regular season wins.

And if that wasn't bad enough...Notre Dame is in discussions with Yankee Stadium to play a game.


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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous7:43 AM

    8 wins? It's official you are an idiot? Pick your school so I can tee off on it!


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