The Dallas Cowboys do not have an available coaching position. That is not stopping Urban Meyer from publicly coveting it.
The phrase “rat poison” has entered the college football vernacular thanks to the efforts of Alabama coach Nick Saban, but he’s not the only one who believes in the concept.
The bill that was signed in California this week allowing college athletes to profit off their image and likeness could be the first real step toward changing the entire landscape of the NCAA, and Ur
Urban Meyer had a funny reaction to a question about potentially taking the Michigan Wolverines head coach job.
Most people would agree that Urban Meyer has not coached his last college football game, and USC is the one spot that has continuously been mentioned with any talk of the three-time national champion
Urban Meyer has been widely rumored to be a potential replacement for Clay Helton as USC’s next head football coach. Apparently the rumors haven’t frayed any relationship between the men.
Very few people believe we have seen the last of Urban Meyer coaching college football, and the one school the three-time national champion has been consistently linked to is USC.
Urban Meyer stepped away from coaching at Ohio State and has gone into the TV business, but questions persist about how long that will last.