Last week, Weis took to Twitter to complain about a cartoonon the cover of the Daily Kansan that depicted Willie the Wildcat reigning superior over a scared Jayhawk and a headline that read: “Road Kill Ahead.”
Here’s what Weis tweeted:
“Team slammed by our own school newspaper. Amazing! No problem with opponents paper or local media. You deserve what you get! But, not home!”
I’m torn on this one. Hopefully by the time I finish writing this I’ll have a position.
1. Take the high road fatty (do as I say not as I do). A head coach of a division one football team should not be taking to the Twitter airways to talk about a school paper, class it up Chuck.
1a – Is what he said really that bad? He’s got a point and all he is wondering is where is the support?
2. The guys a jerk, he has no personality and has a track record of being mean to the press.
2a. If your gonna dish out lowly school newspaper, you should be able to take it.
Ok now looking at the “facts” Im making a ruling here: Charlie Weis you should be ashamed of yourself. This is not how a leader of a big time college football program should act, attacking a college kid for reporting the news. Your team stinks, you’re 1-4, you got smoked by Willie the Wildcat AND you have Oklahoma State coming to town, The kid wasn’t that far off with the cartoon. Sentence – Stay off twitter you big jerk.