Trying to keep up with Pitt and Wannstedt, Urban Meyer has AGAIN announced his retirement from college football, nearly a year from his last retirement.
Florida coach Urban Meyer says he is leaving one of the premier jobs in college football for the second time to spend more time with his family.
Meyer’s announcement caught players, fans and the rest of college football by surprise.
Meyer called assistant coaches, many of whom were on the road recruiting, earlier this week to relay the news. Quarterbacks coach Scot Loeffler told the AP he was “stunned” and that no one saw this coming.
Meyer will coach his last game for Florida in the Jan. 1 Outback Bowl against Penn State in Tampa.
[This] season ended with an embarrassing 31-7 victory to Florida State, Meyer’s first loss to the rival Seminoles.
After that game, Meyer vowed to fix the Gators’ problems.
So does that mean the problem is Meyer himself, since he promised to fix the problems . . . or can you just not trust him? You decide!