Weis brings together unique staff at Kansas

DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer Published:

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -- Charlie Weis believes the biggest mistake he made during his failed tenure at Notre Dame was putting together a coaching staff that didn't quite fit.

He is confident he hasn't made the same mistake at Kansas.

The new staff met with the media for the first time Thursday. Among them is new defensive coordinator Dave Campo, the longtime member of the Dallas Cowboys who won three Super Bowl rings as an assistant and rose to become head coach.

Other assistants include former Chiefs offensive lineman Tim Grunhard, former Notre Dame quarterback Ron Powlus and former Akron coach Rob Ianello.

The staff landed its first recruiting class Wednesday, and plans to begin preparing for spring football next week.