Urban Meyer says of Ohio State coaching position: 'I've not been offered any job'
Urban Meyer was asked about reports Ohio State had been in contact with him about its soon-to-be-open job of head football coach.
Meyer’s first coaching job was as a graduate assistant at Ohio State in 1986.
But Meyer, 47, who won a national championship at Florida but is now a member of the media as an ESPN analyst, wasn’t about to break any such news.
“I know it’s that time of year,” he said while working the Michigan-Nebraska game. “I’ve not been offered any job, and I’ve certainly not accepted any job.”
Hmmm. That wasn’t really the question.
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