Translating that coachspeak, that means Meyer will take some time away from coaching, Ohio State is in great hands with Ryan Day taking over as the head coach, and in a year or two, if his health is improved, he'd return to coaching. Meyer led the program to a New Year's Six/BCS bowl in every year in which the Buckeyes were eligible during his tenure in Columbus, Ohio. As a result of knowing about the accusations, Meyer was suspended the first three games of this season.
Along with an 82-9 in seven seasons with Ohio State, Meyer also won the 2014 national championship.
"I'm fully aware I'm ultimately responsible for this situation", Meyer said in August.
He's 54, still relatively young, and though the arachnoid cyst on his brain seemed to be exhibiting painful symptoms this season, the condition isn't something life threatening-and, more crucially, those symptoms will likely subside with some minimal medical intervention. "I've got a lot of respect for him".
This is one of the most accomplished head coaches of all time and to lure him out of retirement, it's going to have to be an elite job.
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No conference is as desperate for a good showing this bowl season as the Pac-12, which doesn't have another team in a New Year's Six bowl and went just 1-8 in bowls last season.
Rutgers coach Chris Ash was defensive coordinator for UrbanMeyer for two seasons at Ohio State, including the 2014 national championship team.
Ohio State finished the 2018 season at No. 6. "I recognize the toll that it takes", Smith said. We've been through this with Meyer before, in 2009 at Florida, and then again in 2010, when his decision stuck for a season.
"I support Urban in his desire to step aside as head coach". He said he is ready for the task of keeping the Buckeyes as an elite program.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, a three-time national champion and future College Football Hall of Famer, announced his retirement at a 2 p.m. ET press conference on Tuesday. He is an Ohio State guy to the core. He took a hiatus from coaching, but he wasn't done. Meyer will start feeling better, and then he'll get bored, fast; he's not the kind of retired coach fans will get accustomed to seeing out for a grocery run or at the local vehicle wash.