Fighting Irish look, play, win like Weis' former team
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Two games into his career as a college football head coach, Notre Dame's Charlie Weis has his first major problem.
It has nothing to do with his offense, which is adapting just fine to his balanced, ball-control, spread-it-all-over-the-field philosophy. Nor does it have anything to do with his defense, since it slowed the supposedly potent Michigan attack to three points for the better part of three quarters Saturday.
No, the biggest problem picking at the mind ...
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