If you can't find now-former football coach Charlie Weis, he's likely swimming in a pool of money à la Scrooge McDuck.
After being axed by the Kansas Jayhawks last September, the former Notre Dame head man had reason to be disappointed. However, as ESPN's Darren Rovell points out, he has 64.5 million reasons in total to keep his head up:
CORRECTION: Weis will get paid a total of $64.5M by Notre Dame & Kansas for a record of 41-49.
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) September 28, 2014
Both Notre Dame (~ $18.6 million) and Kansas (~ $4 million) have hefty bills left to pay to Weis just for the opportunity to have him NOT coach their respective teams.
Kansas is on the road to going 0-for-2015, so it's feasible they could be missing Weis right now. However, Notre Dame is thriving in the post-Weis era, likely grimacing every time they write out a check to the overrated "coaching mastermind."
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