To all the morbidly obese people in this world--> they have surgery to fix you
He already had it once and gastric bypass isn't a "fix".
Because of complications from the surgery, Weis spent two weeks in a coma and nearly died. Weis was so close to death that he reportedly received the Catholic last rites. Weis later sued the doctors who performed the surgery for malpractice and lost. A major reason cited for the jury's decision is that Weis ignored doctors' advice and pushed to have the operation done quickly, rather than going through a recommended six-week preoperative program.
Overall impression of Weis from having a brother in law who is a rabid Notre Dame fan.....he thought that Weis was a good coach, but with a big ego that would not allow him to adjust his plan to his player's talents. Kind of like the plan was never the problem, and it was too good to deviate from even if his personnel didn't match, or if they weren't able to execute it. Take it for what it's worth.
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