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20:15  30 november  2018
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Ohio State Buckeyes are home underdog for first time under coach Urban Meyer

Ohio State Buckeyes are home underdog for first time under coach Urban Meyer This past Saturday's scare - a 52-51 overtime win against Maryland - leaves OSU as a home underdog for the first time in a long time. This is Urban Meyer's 7th year at Ohio State and this is first time he is a home underdog in Columbus. Michigan opens up as a 4 point road favorite.— Phil Steele (@philsteele042) November 19, 2018 More from actionnetwork's Evan Abrams about how long it has been since OSU hasn't been favored in Columbus: It’s the first time since the 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship against the Oregon Ducks (+5.

Day served as Ohio State's interim head coach during Urban Meyer 's three-game suspension. Senior university officials have begun talks about a possible arrangement with Day that would make him head coach Urban Meyer 's eventual successor , reports Wasserman.

Wednesday’s bombshell of news that led to Urban Meyer being put on “paid administrative leave” And, while no commitments have backed out of their pledge (they might, if Urban is fired), everyone The choice would’ve likely been Missouri His decision to delay is very interesting. Is he waiting to see

Report: Urban Meyer likely out after 2019, Ryan Day lined up as successor© Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports Urban Meyer recently made headlines when he said he plans on coaching at Ohio State next year. However, his time as the head coach could soon be coming to an end.

Scott Roussel of Football Scoop reports Meyer “continues to contemplate his future on an ongoing basis.” He is expected to make an announcement about his future at Ohio State following the team’s Big Ten Championship Game, and he has reportedly told Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith “that he doesn’t expect to continue to coach past the 2019 season.”

Furthermore, offensive coordinator Ryan Day is reportedly going to be taken off the market with a significant raise and “with the (most likely) unwritten understanding that he is in line to become head coach once Urban steps down.”

Meyer: 'I plan to coach' after this season

Meyer: 'I plan to coach' after this season Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer tried silencing any speculation about his future in Columbus by stating his plan to coach after this season.

Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer has been placed on paid administrative leave while the university investigates allegations that Meyer knew about alleged domestic abuse committed by former receivers coach Zach Smith. ( Marvin Fong, The Plain Dealer ).

Urban Meyer on Ryan Day and the concept of having a coach-in-waiting: " Ryan Day is a great coach, but I haven't given any thought to that." Jimbo Fisher was named the coach-in-waiting at Florida State after one year on Bobby Bowden's staff, taking over as head coach after two additional seasons as

A big reason Meyer would be stepping down is his health. He’s long battled with severe headaches stemming from an arachnoid cyst in his brain, and lately he’s tried (sometimes in vain) to keep his emotions in check on the sideline to avoid suffering one of his crippling headaches.

The Buckeyes did thrive while Meyer was out on suspension to open the season, going undefeated while the coordinator was acting as the interim head coach.

They are coming off an incredibly stirring upset victory over Michigan to close out the season and will face Northwestern on Saturday for a chance to not only win the B1G title, but potentially also a spot in the College Football Playoff.

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Report: Urban Meyer likely out after 2019, Ryan Day lined up as successor

Mike Leach recruiting Urban Meyer to teach class with him at Washington State.
Urban Meyer said he is unsure what the future will hold for him now that he only has one game left to coach at Ohio State, but Mike Leach already has an idea for the three-time national champion. Last week, Leach sent a tweet asking Washington State students if they would have any interest in a six-week class entitled “Leadership Lessons in Insurgent Warfare & Football Strategy.” Leach said he is considering teaching the course along with Washington State Sen. Michael Baumgartner. Hey WSU students, I’m thinking about teaching an evening seminar class next semester w my friend Senator Baumgartner. “Leadership Lessons in Insurgent Warfare & Football Strategy.

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