Charlie Weis' days are still about the same.
The coach says he goes into work at the same time and he leaves work at the same time. He says it is important to keep a consistent approach no matter whether you win or lose.
That does not mean the losses are not having their effect on the third year head coach. Weis says the last two weeks have been by far the most miserable in his 30 years of coaching.
"I've slept a lot less," Weis says. "Just like everyone else who has a lot on your mind, your laying in bed and thinking 'what am I going to do about this, what am I going to do about that.'"
"I think if it's important to you, and it's important to me, I think if there is any major negative I think it's me and sleeping not getting along too well in the last couple of weeks."
Weis and the Irish look to get win number one on the season Saturday at Michigan against the also winless Wolverines.
Jeff Jeffers will have live reports from Ann Arbor on Friday and Saturday on NewsCenter 16.