(“I know NOTHING!”)
But as PRO FOOTBALL TALK reports, there is one young gun that wants to hear the current Notre Dame coach shoot his mouth off about the whole affair - a Young gun by the name of Steve.
The ex-49ers QB turned ESPN analyst was on Dan Patrick’s radio show on Monday, and he told his former network co-worker what he used to think of Weis & what he thinks now:
“I remember thinking to myself during some of the runs, ‘Charlie Weis is a genius,’” Young said. “I mean, I remember saying that to people: ‘This guy is uncanny, how he’s able to make these adjustments and just come out and dominate in the second half.’
What it’s left me to do is, well, I don’t know. Did it matter? I could see how it could matter if you put it all together. So it’s a tough one. I think that people earn it on the field, and I think you’ve got to move on and move forward and just recognize that it’s not a good thing at the time.”
Well, if Charlie did take advantage of the spying, that would help explain why he had such great record in New England and such horrible numbers in South Bend.
Honestly, this whole Spygate thing is turning into another Enron episode. Sure, all this cheating and secretly screwing others is bad, but it’s also really hard to maintain any enthusiastic interest in what’s going on.
Just finish it up, already. You’re taking precious air time away from other more important sports matters - like if Jason Taylor is still Dancing With The Stars.