Whether it’s the current system, which Urban Meyer called “flawed,” or the playoff format that will soon replace it, the Ohio State coach isn’t expecting the controversy that accompanies college football’s postseason to go away. With the No. 3
ESPN reported yesterday that Ohio State coach Urban Meyer was “very disappointed” that Evan Spencer broke one of the Buckeyes’ rules about speaking in public, so it’ll be a while before anybody hears from the receiver again. Spencer on Monday said the
Urban Meyer remains a proponent of making football safer, but the Ohio State coach doesn’t appear to be a supporter of the stiff penalty tied to breaking a new rule aiming to do just that. After having his first
It appears as though Ohio State has the offensive talent to get by without him, but having Braxton Miller back under center is something head coach Urban Meyer is looking forward to. Meyer feels Miller should be able to
lay Travis of Fox Sports reports Meyer alleged a second-tier bump violation against Brian White
Last week, the coach of the Big Ten-favorite Buckeyes sat down with Jeremy Fowler from CBSSports to discuss several topics, including his departure from Florida.
Meyer answers questions including the SEC, Big Ten recruiting, and more
Rowdy reptiles may take on a whole new meaning this week in Gainesville as Urban Meyer is taking the Ohio State coaching job.
Joe Paterno is out in Happy Valley and has BIG shoes to fill.