Spring practice kicked off for Ohio State on Tuesday, marking the official start of the 2014 season. The 15 practice sessions will provide Urban Meyer and the coaching staff with an opportunity to evaluate the roster while trying toShow More Summary
Spring practice officially kicked off for Ohio State on Tuesday, marking the official start of the 2014 season. The 15 practice sessions will provide Urban Meyer and the coaching staff with an opportunity to evaluate the roster while...Show More Summary
The last time Ohio State coach Urban Meyer had a health issue, it eventually resulted, at least in part, in his resignation at Florida. Barring a stunning turn of events, don't expect the same this time around with the Buckeyes. Ohio...Show More Summary
Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer had fluid removed to ease an arachnoid cyst during a procedure this past weekend, per ESPN.com's Austin Ward: Bill Rabinowitz of The Columbus Dispatch reported that this was a problem during theShow More Summary
Spring practice kicks off for Urban Meyer and Ohio State on Tuesday, signifying the official start of the 2014 season. After watching the 2013 season —and a 24-game winning streak —come to a crashing end with back-to-back losses, the...Show More Summary
Urban Meyer had surgery to alleviate headaches that had been bothering the Ohio State coach during the past few weeks.
With just a few days remaining before the team begins its spring practices on March 4, the Ohio State Buckeyes are entering a pivotal moment under coach Urban Meyer. The first two seasons were respectable, but the losses to MichiganShow More Summary
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Top 10 recruiting classes, 24 wins and a perfect season—life has been great to Urban Meyer and Ohio State over his first two years at the helm of the Buckeyes program. However, life on easy street is over for Meyer and Co. Yes, Braxton Miller is still around, and there is a ton of talent on the Buckeyes squad. Show More Summary
It's signing period, which means that even though the season's over Urban Meyer has a lot to do. Justin Zackal explains that if he doesn't empower his assistant coaches, he takes all that work on his own shoulders. And then no one succeeds. The post What Urban Meyer Learned About Football Can Help Your Career appeared first on The Good Men Project.
After eight seasons at Boise State, the million-dollar question about Chris Petersen is a familiar one: Can he repeat his success at the next level? Does a fruitful run at a WAC/Mountain West program foreshadow glory at a Pac -12 school,...Show More Summary
Spring practice is right around the corner for Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes, and with that, the process for finding 10 new starters for the 2014 season begins. Three position battles in particular stick out. The Buckeyes need...Show More Summary
Nick Saban has built up Alabama from former powerhouse to modern powerhouse, winning three national championships in four years before a "disappointing" 11-win season bucked that trend in 2013. Before him, though, Urban Meyer came to the SEC and accomplished a similar feat with Florida. Show More Summary
With the 2015 recruiting cycle officially underway, Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes are gunning for the No. 1 class. That, as it turns out, is very important to Meyer. Speaking to the media at a press conference just moments after signing the No. Show More Summary
What was the best handshake of 2013? Was it Gus Malzahn hooking up with Nick Saban in the aftermath of the most unpredictable finish in Iron Bowl history? Was it Brady Hoke connecting with Urban Meyer after nearly ending Ohio State’s...Show More Summary
Ohio State remains in the early stages of 2015 recruiting class efforts but Urban Meyer continues to procure premier prospects from Florida. The Buckeyes landed Jacksonville area defensive back Ben Edwards on Tuesday and he quickly announced...Show More Summary
National signing day was a success for several teams. But for Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes, it was just another day on the road to another top recruiting class. When comparing this year to Meyer's past classes for the Buckeyes, coming in at No. Show More Summary
"We need these guys to come in and play." That was Urban Meyer, talking on a Columbus, Ohio, radio show about Ohio State's 23-member 2014 recruiting class. That group, which boasts one 5-star and 15 4-star prospects, ranks No. 3 nationally behind only Alabama and LSU. Show More Summary
Recruiting is as much about bringing in elite talent as it is filling team needs, and few coaches in college football —if any — manage the balancing act better than Urban Meyer. Ohio State's 2014 recruiting class, which currently boasts...Show More Summary
National signing day is just a few days away, so let's take a look at some of the biggest storylines. According to 247 Sports' Composite Rankings, Ohio State's 2014 class is currently ranked second going into national signing day, behind only Alabama's stellar class. Show More Summary