Ohio State coach Meyer to retire after Rose Bowl

Doug Mendoza
December 4, 2018

Meyer is coming off back-to-back Big Ten championships and is heading into a January 1 Rose Bowl matchup against Washington.

Ohio State says coach Urban Meyer will retire after the Rose Bowl.

Yahoo reports Meyer still plans to coach his final game in the Rose Bowl for the Buckeyes. CFT had caught wind of speculation that it wouldn't be surprising at all if Meyer were not the Buckeyes' head coach next season, whispers that grew a little louder given the embarrassing loss in West Lafayette this and what some have described as Meyer's "anguished... emotional... erratic" sideline demeanor.

Less than a year later, he was hired at Ohio State.

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The announcement is expected to come from Meyer at a news conference scheduled for 2 p.m.

"I plan on coaching", he said on October 29. Plus, in mid-summer he was put on leave by OSU and then suspended from the first three games due to fallout from the way he handled former receivers coach Zach Smith, whose ex-wife had accused Smith of domestic violence.

Ohio State followed that with five straight wins, including a rout of archrival MI that gave the Buckeyes another division title and a win over Northwestern in the Big Ten Championship.

Meyer was 81-9 with a national championship at Ohio State after six years at Florida, where he won two national titles from 2005-2010. But health concerns caused Meyer to step away from the game in 2009, before returning to lead Ohio State in 2012, after making a promise to his family that he would take better care of himself. The team was 3-0 under him to start the 2018 season.

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