Notre Dame has more talent than they know what to do with. Were you guys complaining when Curtis Kelly transferred from UConn, or when Arthur Brown transferred from Miami? No. No, you weren't. Oh, but that was different, right?
Yes, they do so explain to me how Weis went less than .500 (15-21) his final three seasons? You just talked about him being a "two BCS bowls" coach, correct? So if he had more talent than he knew what to do with and all of the resources Notre Dame provides then how did he go 3-9, 6-6, and 6-6 in his final three seasons AFTER the seasoned veterans Ty Willingham supplied graduated? Interesting. I don't recall seeing Stoops, Saban, Carroll, or any of these coaches have dive bombing records like that three years straight. Hell, Snyder didn't even do that at KSU.
And we had Arthur Brown for three years when he transferred. He really never got a shot playing behind two NFL players in his two seasons. Many of these Notre Dame kids were given a shot and either lost their jobs or couldn't cut it. Now you have them for one season with the rest of the clowns in uniform.
Psst, he won't be recruiting a bunch of 4 stars to KU. He's getting a few transfers who were highly overrated (obviously) coming out of high school and need somewhere so they can see the field in their last season. But after this season I wouldn't expect more Notre Dame transfers.
Can't wait for your spinning rebuttal. Would also like to know how Florida was so terrible on offense this past season. I'll hang up and listen.