Urban Meyer's job as Ohio state's head coach ends after seven seasons. Meyer is prepared to formally announce his pension…
Urban Meyer’s job as Ohio state’s head coach ends after seven seasons.
Meyer is prepared to formally announce his pension at a press conference at 14.00. Tuesday and Ryan Day will replace him and become the 25th head coach of Ohio State History.
Meyer coaches his last match with Buckeyes next month, Rose Bowl against Washington.
According to Yahoo Sports & Pete Thamel, the team was scheduled to be informed in a meeting early Tuesday morning.
Meyer’s pension comes after a season that began with his interruption by Ohio State for three matches after the university decided that he failed to take significant administrative action regarding alleged misunderstanding of former assistant coach Zach Smith, revealing that He is fighting hard headache as a result of an enlarged arachnoid cyst in his brain.
After being asked about a report by Scott Roussel on Friday that Meyer had told Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith that he did not plan to train in 201
9, Meyer responded “No comment.”
Now we know why.
Day, Ohio State Offensive Coordinator and quarterback coach, takes over as head coach after serving as working head coach for three games while Meyer was interrupted.
Athletic Ari Wasserman had reported in September that the Ohio state had begun discussing with Day to be Meyer’s successor as head coach, and now this mission will be in January.
According to Thamel, “all indications of day planning point to keeping veteran power training Mickey Marotti, Brian Voltolini, Chief Executive Officer, respected Staff Manager Mark Pantoni and Player Development Manager Ryan Stamper.”
Meyer’s employment ends after seven seasons in Columbus, marked by a national championship season 2014 and a 7-0 record against Ohio State Archrival Michigan. He has gone 83-9 over the seven seasons, good for a .902 winning percentage.
Per Thamel, “Meyer is expected to spend more time with his family, including a grandson and another on the road. He may consider television work and may work with the Ohio State Athletic Department in some capacity. May include mentors and leaders , because Meyer has maintained a strong relationship with Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith. “