Some quotes: "That university, you’re a good guy or you’re a bad guy right off the bat," he said. "First of all, half the free world can’t stand you walking in because you’re at the place. And then about half the (people) at the place can’t stand you. There’s plenty of people at Notre Dame who could care less about ever seeing me, or me seeing them." "You take a job, your first job, and you say and do some stupid things. I’m certainly guilty as charged. Not that I didn’t mean what I said, but just the fact that I said it. You look back and say, ‘Why did you say that?’ "What really bothers me more than anything is, partially (due to) myself but partially because of the image that was portrayed, you had so many people thinking you were such a bad person." "I hadn’t been pain-free not one second of one minute of any day from that hit in the Michigan game in September of 2008 until after that hip was done," Weis said. "Now? I’m titanium all over the place, but it’s the best I’ve felt in a long, long time." Nice read. He is candid about himself.