ESPN says Charlie Weis targeted to be Florida offensive coordinator

ESPN has talked to two sources that say Charlie Weis, the former Notre Dame coach and current Kansas City Chiefs coordinator, will be the offensive coordinator under Will Muschamp at Florida. Weis would would bring a pro-style offense and as former New England coordinator, would come highly suggested from Urban Meyer's friend Bill Belichick.

The sources tell ESPN that Weis would take the job, but remain with the Chiefs until they are eliminated from the playoffs. Chiefs coach Todd Haley would not comment on the report.

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