As I've Said Before, the Urban Meyer Era Can't Begin Soon Enough
Here's the story behind the billboard:
... Weis is well aware that Notre Dame fans have high expectations after the Irish went 3-9 and 7-6 the past two seasons — the most losses in a two-year span in the 120-year history of Irish football. Those 15 losses are three more than Knute Rockne had in 13 seasons as coach, four more than Frank Leahy had in 11 years and two fewer than Ara Parseghian had in 11 seasons.
The 15 losses have wiped out most — if not all — the goodwill Weis built in leading the Irish to Bowl Championship Series berths in his first two seasons.
Weis has a 29-21 record, a .580 winning percentage that puts him behind Tyrone Willingham at 21-15 (.583), Bob Davie at 35-25 (.583) and ahead of Gerry Faust at 30-26-1 (.535)...
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