Pete DiPrimio, sports columnist and college beat writer for The News-Sentinel of Fort Wayne, Ind., takes his best shots on the world of Notre Dame football.

Thursday, October 5

Weis Is Now an Author

Sure, Charlie Weis has only been the Notre Dame head coach for less than two seasons, but that doesn't mean he lacks for things to say. So he says them in his autobiography, "No Excuses," which is set to officially come out next week.

In the book, he reveals a number of anecdotes about his style, his stint in the NFL, bars and last year's team, negative recruiting and even a surprise meeting he had with Notre Dame President Rev. Theodore Hesburgh back in 1975 while Weis was an Irish student.

Oh, one thing. Weis didn't write the book by himself. He had help from veteran author Vic Carucci.

For a more thorough review, check out this South Bend Tribune story.


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