Posted March 09, 2012 on ohiostate.scout.com
Ohio State's newest assistant coach, Kerry Coombs, was a big fan of Urban Meyer before joining Meyer's coaching staff in early March. Read on to learn more about their relationship, Coombs' thoughts on his cornerbacks and his thoughts on Ohio State's recruiting in Cincinnati.
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