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Jon Gruden on Meyer: 'Greatest coaching job of all time'

Twitter/@marisarae19 What Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes accomplished in 2014-2015 was one of the most incredible runs in the history of college football, no doubt. But did Meyer pull off the greatest coaching job of all time? That’s what one former NFL head coach believes. Jon Gruden, a former Super Bowl champion who is now an analyst for ESPN, thinks that Meyer completed...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Urban Meyer’s offshore seafaring cruise odyssey has come to an end

At long last, Ohio State Buckeyes head football coach Urban Meyer, along with the other passengers of the cruise ship he was stranded on off the Florida coast, are on dry land. Meyer, and approximately 2,500 other passengers — including former Buckeyes players and fans, his wife Sherri and daughter Gigi — embarked last week...Read More The post Urban Meyer’s offshore seafaring...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Urban Meyer was stuck at sea on cruise ship with Ohio St. fans

Urban Meyer and roughly 2,500 other passengers set sail on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship last week to help raise money for cancer research. They were supposed to be back early on Tuesday, but Mother Nature made other plans. As of Tuesday afternoon, the Ohio State coach and company were circling in the Gulf of...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh takes veiled swipe at Ohio State

Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer haven’t even met yet on the football field, but it’s safe to say there is already some bad blood between the two. Earlier this week, Ohio State landed four-star running back recruit Mike Weber over rival Michigan on National Signing Day. Afterwards, Meyer took a shot at the Wolverines, claiming that the Buckeyes “keep score” against their rivals...
Via College Spun
26 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Urban, OSU students send message to Mark May

Ohio State fans may still be busy celebrating their national championship, but they don’t forget those who criticized them during the season. One of OSU’s most fervent critics was Mark May, who stood by his assertion that the Buckeyes did not belong in the College Football Playoff, even in the hours leading up to the national championship against Oregon. May heard about it week...
Via College Spun
January 24, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Urban Meyer confirms he is getting a tattoo

A ring isn’t the only thing Urban Meyer will be getting as a result of Ohio State’s national championship.  The Buckeyes’ coach will also be getting a tattoo. Prior to his team’s game against Oregon in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Game, Meyer promised his players he would get inked up if they beat the Ducks. They did, 42-20, so the 50-year...
Via College Spun
January 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Urban Meyer says no to the NFL ... for now

Now that we’ve tired of wondering about which players might go pro, it’s reasonable to wonder about coaches too. Certainly, Urban Meyer would be a desirable candidate for many NFL franchises that are constantly looking for new ways to get a leg up on competition. When asked today about that possibility, Urban Meyer didn’t rule it out, but pretty plainly said it’s not happening...
Via Waiting For Next Year
January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Urban Meyer promised to get an Ohio State tattoo

If Ohio State was unable to shut down Oregon’s offense and lost to the Ducks in the BCS National Championship Game on Monday night, there would be one tiny silver lining for Urban Meyer — he wouldn’t have to get a tattoo. According to Buckeyes tight end Jeff Heuerman, Meyer promised his players after they...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Urban Meyer's legacy set following OSU's national championship

He led Alex Smith and Utah to a major bowl game and a perfect record. After leaving the Utes for a national powerhouse in the form of the Florida Gators, he made everyone in Gainesville forget about Steve Spurrier (no small feat). And now, after taking over a program that was on probation, Urban Meyer has led Ohio State to its first national championship since 2002. Following Ohio...
Via Sportsnaut
January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Meyer's legacy, Ohio State's fortune intersect on Monday

Oregon coach Mark Helfrich will have a chance to steal the show on Monday night in Arlington, Texas, in the first-ever College Football Playoff National Championship Game. However, there is no question that as gameday arrives and the Ducks prepare to face the Buckeyes, the center of attention is Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer. No single figure on the Bucks or Ducks knits together...
Via The Student Section
January 12, 2015  |  Discuss

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