"It's a pretty simple approach," Weis said, "and that's not a sales pitch. That's practical. You've seen it, right? Unfortunately, so have I."
McDougald admitted that he was offended "to an extent," but said he didn't believe that Weis was disrespecting any of his players. The defensive back also pointed out that Kansas went 1-11 last season, "so it was a crap season."
"He's complimented me many times on my skill and me as a player," McDougald said, "so I can't really take too much offense to it because of what we produced last year."
Opurum brushed off the comments made by his former coach by saying that he's focused on his first NFL training camp, and making the transition from defensive end back to fullback.
"People have their opinions about that team. People have their opinions about him," Opurum said. "I'm up here with the Chiefs. I'm not with the KU football team anymore. If that's how he wants to speak about the team last year, that's perfectly fine."