Urban Meyer won't be coaching ever again
COLUMBUS, Ohio (April 15) - Urban Meyer, the former NFL coach and three-time collegiate national champion, has confirmed that he won't be returning to coaching. Speaking at an Ohio State coaching clinic on Thursday, the 58-year-old reiterated that his coaching career was over, and that he would be focusing on broadcasting and spending time with his family.
Meyer rejoined the Fox Sports broadcasting team in August 2022, following his dismissal from the Jacksonville Jaguars in December 2021, just 13 games into his tenure.
Although Meyer's name has been linked to several coaching vacancies, he has made it clear that he has no intention of returning to the sidelines. Last September, he was reportedly a candidate to replace Scott Frost at Nebraska.
Meyer had an impressive coaching career, compiling a 187-32 record at Ohio State, Florida, Utah, and Bowling Green. He won national championships with the Gators in 2006 and 2008, and the Buckeyes in 2014. He retired from coaching at Ohio State after the 2018 season and joined Fox Sports as a college football analyst in 2019.
Meyer's coaching legacy is well-respected in the sports world, and his decision to retire has been met with both surprise and admiration. While he may be stepping away from coaching, his presence in the world of sports broadcasting is sure to continue, and fans of the game can look forward to hearing his insights for years to come.
Sources: Field Level Media
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