COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — When star quarterback Braxton Miller cried out in pain and crumpled to the ground during No. 5 Ohio State's practice on Monday, coach Urban Meyer wasn't certain what had happened.
At his press conference on Saturday, Urban Meyer raved about a "J.T. Barnett" who was impressing him in Ohio State's quarterbacks room. It only takes one quick scan to realize that no such player exists on the Buckeyes roster—although it's not too hard to figure out who Meyer was making reference to. Meet J.T. Show More Summary
Initially open but later closed off to the media, the Ohio State football team held its second scrimmage of fall camp on Saturday with two weeks to go until its season opener against Navy. And while reporters weren't there to witness...Show More Summary
The Ohio State football team is gearing up for another national title run, but with the inaugural College Football Playoff on the horizon, Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes will be navigating a much tougher schedule in 2014. The realigned...Show More Summary
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — After winning 24 consecutive games to begin his tenure at Ohio State, Urban Meyer closed out last season with two painful losses.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — So Urban Meyer and his wife were coming back from the victory at rival Michigan last season, and he turned and asked a question.
On the heels of its second week of fall camp, the Ohio State football team held its annual media day, giving members of the press an opportunity to meet with the Buckeyes players and coaches. After Urban Meyer provided an update on the...Show More Summary
Week 1 of fall camp is officially in the books for Urban Meyer and Ohio State, and a number of big storylines have already emerged as the Buckeyes prepare for another national title run in 2014. Two of Ohio State's most important and explosive offensive weapons are nursing injuries. Show More Summary
When Curtis Samuel's name was called during a spring scrimmage in April, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer gave him one simple instruction. "Just go," Meyer told the freshman running back, according to Ari Wasserman of Northeast Ohio Media Group. Show More Summary
When the Ohio State football team reported for fall camp on Monday, head coach Urban Meyer gathered his players at midfield and addressed the Buckeyes' disastrous finish to the 2013 season with two simple questions. "The past?" Meyer asked, according to Bleacher Report's Ben Axelrod. Show More Summary
Taking the podium for the first time following the start of Ohio State's fall camp session for the 2014 season, Urban Meyer could have addressed anything. Braxton Miller's health, the implementation of Chris Ash's new defensive scheme,...Show More Summary
Addressing his team for the first time during fall camp, Urban Meyer made it clear that last season's disappointing finish is no longer on his mind. "The past? Who gives a s--t?" the Ohio State head coach asked rhetorically, referring...Show More Summary
In 2009, it looked like Nu’Keese Richardson was set for big things at the University of Tennessee. He decided to play for Lane Kiffin in Knoxville after being wooed hard by Urban Meyer and the University of Florida, but his bright future dimmed quickly. Richardson was arrested for armed robbery in November of his freshman…
During Urban Meyer's appearance on ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike—which was being hosted by two guys not named Mike—the Ohio State head coach managed to slip in a subliminal shot at the media when asked about his time as the head coach at Florida. "The one thing I learned probably about five years ago is to focus on what you can control. Show More Summary
There's a big difference between the concept of a rivalry game and a rival. Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer made that very clear while speaking at Big Ten media days in Chicago this week. The Buckeyes play in a number of rivalry games. Show More Summary
When Urban Meyer looks back on the best defensive lines that he's coached, one in particular stands out to the Ohio State head coach. Unfortunately for Buckeye fans, it's the same one that stands out to them, but for all the wrong reasons. While...Show More Summary
Tim Tebow deserves to have a job in the NFL today, the enigmatic quarterback’s college coach said this week. Urban Meyer teamed up with Tebow for a pair of national titles at the University of Florida, a time in which Tebow also won the Heisman Trophy. In an interview at Big Ten Media Days, the
Urban Meyer and a trio of his players —highlighted by quarterback Braxton Miller —represented the Ohio State Football team at the annual Big Ten media days in Chicago this week. Ohio State is gearing up for another run at a national title after last year's quest fell short. Show More Summary
Tim Tebow's coach at Florida, Urban Meyer, is having a hard time understanding why the former Gator quarterback can't find a job in the NFL.
Tim Tebow remains out of the NFL, as he has for 11 months since the Patriots cut him at the end of last preseason. And Tebow’s coach at Florida, Urban Meyer, remains baffled that no NFL team will sign Tebow. Meyer, now the coach at Ohio State, said at Big Ten Media Day that he…