Charlie Weis signs a football for a young fan at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois. Weis and his wife, Maura, have two children, Charles Joseph "Charlie" and Hannah Margaret. Charlie Jr. is the co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss).
At 6'1" and 300 pounds, Weis has become the biggest man on campus, with a girth exceeded only by his oversized personality, which seems out of place at a school run by the Holy Cross Fathers ...
Charlie Weis was born on March 30, 1956 in Trenton, New Jersey, USA. He is known for The NFL on CBS (1956), NFL Monday Night Football (1970) and The NFL on NBC (1965). He has been married to Maura Grasso since June 21, 1992.
Charlie Weis Career Record: 8 Years, 41-49, .456 Win% (at major schools ) Bowl Record: 3 Games, 1-2, .333 Win% (at major schools ) More bio, uniform, draft info
Charlie Weis, Self: The NFL on CBS. Charlie Weis was born on March 30, 1956 in Trenton, New Jersey, USA. He has been married to Maura Grasso since June 21, 1992. They have two children.
Charlie Weis Jr. comes from pedigree. Weis' father, Charlie Weis Sr., is an accomplished coach in his own right. Weis Sr. was an assistant coach on four Super Bowl winning teams, including the offensive coordinator for the first three championships the New England Patriots won with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick.
Weis traveled to the Middle East (Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, USS Nassau) in the spring of '08 with a contingent of college football coaches to visit United States military troops. Charlie and Maura have two children, Charles Joseph and Hannah Margaret.
With Notre Dame buyout complete, Charlie Weis, including Kansas buyout, got paid $64.5 million for a head coaching record of 41-49. For those of you interested in that sort of thing, that’s an ...
“Seeing him lift the trophy up, being a little kid, I remember thinking I wanted to do that one day,” Charlie Jr. said. Weis left New England to be the Notre Dame head coach in 2005. The Irish went to back-to-back BCS Bowls in Weis’s first two seasons, but 3-9, 7-6 and 6-6 seasons followed, and he was fired after the 2009 campaign.
Charlie Weis was fired by the University of Notre Dame after five seasons, with a 35-27 record. After being fired, he was initially paid $6.6 million, but his payment is set to expire in November. Weis was compensated more than $10.3 million in total by the University of Notre Dame between 2010 and 2014. He also served as an assistant coach for ...