Urban Meyer retiring at Ohio State

Urban Meyer retiring at Ohio State

Urban Meyer retiring at Ohio State

He added that conversations about how long he could coach at Ohio State began in 2014 and got more serious previous year as his condition continued.

"And the third thing is what we saw today, was Urban Meyer resigning as the coach at Ohio State".

Retiring Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer isn't just one of the highest-paid coaches in college sports - he's the highest-paid public official in the state of Ohio, according to public records. In seven short years, Meyer's legacy can stand with any before him, and tower over most.

Meyer, who also won two national championships (2006 and 2008) at Florida, is in his 17th season as a head coach.

Ohio State will hold a press conference at 2 p.m.to make the announcement.

He heads into the game with an 82-9 record during his Ohio State tenure, including a ideal record over archrival MI. I want to focus on the state championship game, then once that is done next week, I will really think about it.

The reasons Urban Meyer is stepping down and walking away from his $7.6 million salary are complicated. Day had somewhat of an audition as temporary head coach to begin the season, when Meyer was suspended three games for mishandling the employment of former wide receivers coach Zach Smith.

Is it a gamble? Mark Richt will be 59 next season and isn't on the hot seat, but if the program stalls out in the next two years, Richt could choose to retire, opening up a spot for Meyer to swoop in.

That ended up being as much of a gamble as a one-colored roulette wheel.

But the loss to Purdue weighed heavily and Ohio State finished No. 6 in the playoff rankings.

Believe it or not, you can bet on whether Meyer will be the next Browns coach. Three months after completing its investigation, Ohio State has not yet shared the bulk of the public records generated during its investigation. This wasn't a surprise to OSU. Meyer worked as a TV analyst for ESPN for one year before taking the Buckeyes job. The stress involved in coaching exacerbates the headaches he experiences. Murphy noticed that Day was able to adjust his playcalling, rather than asking players to adjust to him, which is part of what has made him successful at Ohio State. With Day, they got to see their imagination brought to life every day.

"I'm solid!" Miller said via text.

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