Urban Meyer explains why he went to ground during game
Urban Meyer clarified what happened to him during the fourth quarter of Ohio State’s win over Indiana on Saturday.
Meyer was seen going to the ground on the sidelines after a fourth quarter touchdown pass by Dwayne Haskins. FOX initially reported that Meyer collided with another staffer on the sideline, causing him to go to a knee. However, Meyer said after the game that he went to the ground because of a headache, not a collision.
Urban Meyer said he was dealing with a headache when he went down on the field. pic.twitter.com/PcKEfUfOTP
— Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) October 7, 2018
Meyer has a history of health problems. He left his job at Florida after the 2010 season because of health issues — he was experiencing chest pains. Then in 2014 he had surgery to remove fluid from a cyst on his brain.
Meyer’s Buckeyes won 49-26 to improve to 6-0.