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Topic - Urban Meyer
Angry with the way his defense played in its last three games, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer is urging his players to attack more and think less.
Urban Meyer prowled the sidelines as always on Ohio State's first day of spring practice, looking fit and engaged just days after surgery to relieve pressure from a cyst on his brain
Three days removed from surgery to relieve pressure from a cyst on his brain, Urban Meyer supervised Ohio State's first day of spring practice on Tuesday.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer had a short medical procedure over the weekend.
It's not the same as a victory on the field. Yet having a nationally ranked recruiting class is almost as important to Ohio State coach Urban Meyer.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller writhed on the ground and clutched his right shoulder, a grimace of pain visible through his face mask.
Ohio State's Urban Meyer has never had any issue acclimating to the biggest stages in college football. Clemson's Dabo Swinney is sounding like someone who's getting comfortable under the brightest lights as well.
Losing has never come easy for Urban Meyer.
Urban Meyer has lost only 24 times in 12 years as a head coach.
A week ago, the Southeastern Conference looked as though it had finally been vanquished.
The Big Ten office has decided not to suspend any players or coaches for their actions in the wake of a fight in Saturday's game between No. 2 Ohio State and archrival Michigan.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer says the players ejected from the Michigan game for fighting will not be suspended for the Big Ten championship game.
Tyvis Powell intercepted Devin Gardner's pass as Michigan went for a go-ahead 2-point conversion with 32 seconds left and No. 3 Ohio State held on for a 42-41 victory Saturday in one the most thrilling games in the history of the storied Big Ten rivalry.
Urban Meyer believes Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller has a future as a pro.
The Bowl Championship Series has been good to Urban Meyer.
Meyer said after the Gray squad slipped by the Scarlet 17-7 on Saturday before a crowd of 61,058 at sunny Ohio Stadium.
'Well, what would that do for this great sport?'" he said. "And, really, what would that do for college athletics as a whole?"