Urban Meyer isn’t handing out a lot of redshirts at No. 14 Ohio State. Instead, he’s throwing his freshmen into the heat of the action.
Mark Dantonio approached the lectern and addressed reporters with a knowing smile.
With his team hitting the road for the first time in its Big Ten opener at Michigan State on Saturday, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer chose to accentuate the positive this week.
Ohio State is paying football coach Urban Meyer a minimum of $4 million annually — more money than his predecessor — and detailing in the contract what he’s required to do if an NCAA rules violation occurs under his watch.
There must have been a lot of interesting give-and-take when the Big Ten football coaches met at the conference offices on Friday.
Urban Meyer has already created a splash by getting Michigan State recruit Se’Von Pittman, a defensive end, to change his commitment to Ohio State.
While Urban Meyer is a great hire for the Buckeyes, he is the second best available coach for the Ohio State program.
Urban Meyer is coming back to coaching and joining beleaguered Ohio State, ESPN reported Monday.