It was an awesome moment that Meyer was part of orchestrating. Senior defensive end Jalyn Homes will soon have a stepdad, and he’s got his coach to thank for making his final spring game truly special. This video by Cleveland.com details...Show More Summary
When Luke Fickell left the Ohio State Buckeyes to take over as the head coach of the Cincinnati Bearcats, it left a hole in Urban Meyer’s defensive coaching staff. Ohio State officially announces Greg Schiano will be sole defensive coordinator...Show More Summary
The prank wars are on at Ohio State.
This is too good. National Signing Day came to a close on Wednesday, and the Ohio State Buckeyes finished with the No. 2 overall class in the country per the 247Sports Composite. The impressive class features five five-star players. One of those five-stars is Baron Browning, who is the No. Show More Summary
The lesson here is don't mess with Urban Meyer
Nick Saban and Urban Meyer go head-to-head, again, for the nation's top recruiting class
Urban Meyer, the head coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes, is an offensive minded coach. After the scarlet and gray are shut out in the Fiesta Bowl by the Clemson Tigers, changes need to happen to his offensive coaching staff. The changes are already taking place. Show More Summary
Swinney went toe-to-toe with a living legend and crushed him. Dabo Swinney is good at this, and we already knew that. He’s 88-28 in nine seasons leading Clemson’s football program, and his team’s waste-laying of Ohio State on Saturday has the Tigers one rematch win away from a national championship. Show More Summary
Good morning! This is the Read Option, your daily college football newsletter. Sign up for this in your inbox! The first shutout loss in Urban Meyer's 15-year head coaching career. Ohio State's first shutout loss since 1993 against Michigan. Ohio...Show More Summary
The Tigers embrace everything about their rematch with the reigning dynasty, earned by shutting out Urban Meyer’s Ohio State. GLENDALE, Ariz. - Allow Clemson defensive tackle Carlos Watkins to (inadvertently) explain the motivational...Show More Summary
Meyer isn't used to losing by 31 points, especially on this big of a stage
Seeking redemption for last year’s loss to Alabama in the championship game, the Tigers handed the Buckeyes the first shutout loss absorbed by an Urban Meyer team.
Happy New Year!
Maybe just avoid the Tigers in the postseason. Urban Meyer’s 61-6 record at Ohio State is just tough get your head around when you really think about it. He’s won 11 games or more in each of his five seasons at the helm in Columbus. He’s only lost six, and never more than twice. Show More Summary
The Tigers delivered the Buckeyes a blowout of epic proportions, setting up a title game rematch. Clemson will get another shot at Alabama. The Tigers beat Ohio State in Saturday’s Fiesta Bowl Playoff semifinal in Arizona, 31-0. They took a 17-0 lead by halftime and didn’t give it up. Show More Summary
In the 2nd game of the College Football Playoff, 2nd seed Ohio State will look to show they belong in Final 4 despite not qualifying for the Big 10 Title game. In their way will be the ACC Champion Clemson Tigers, who will be looking to return to the Title game after a five point loss last season.
If you’re looking for the secret to Urban Meyer’s success, forget about the underwear theory. The Ohio State coach made that crystal clear during a Friday news conference, insisting his approach has nothing to do with a “lucky T-shirt or good fortune.” Which apparently came as a surprise to the...
Never mind that No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Ohio State will battle each other on Saturday night for a spot in college football’s national championship game. The days leading up to their Fiesta Bowl showdown has been a lovefest between the respective coaches. Ohio State’s Urban Meyer has talked about...
Ohio State's coached popularized dual-threat quarterbacks at Bowling Green, Utah and Florida
Urban Meyer and his Ohio State coaching staff found the perfect way to fire up his players as the Fiesta Bowl approaches. A few of those (...)