If I ever became President (let’s hope it never happens), my first executive order would make it illegal to say “Urban Meyer” and “NFL” in the same sentence. , unless of course that name and organization are separated by either. the phrase “does not belong to…” or “does not belong anywhere near …”, then and only then is fine.
Meyer’s inaugural season in the National Football League sucks, not for the people of Jacksonville, but for every other NFL fan, it’s been a fever dream, a roller coaster with lots of it. The obnoxious twist that the viewer can’t help but just, stares and laughs. Just when you thought the sage Meyer couldn’t get any more pathetic, WHY! He kick his kicker in warmups! KA-POW! He I don’t know who Aaron Donald is! The stupidity never stops. You would think that with all the reports detailing Meyer’s lack of empathy for his subordinates, knowledge of the NFL, and disgusting behavior off the football field, Meyer would have a hard time finding a job. football at any level. YOU LIKE TO THINK THAT IS NOT YOU?!
How dare you and I assume that someone with such an incredible track record as Meyer won’t be able to get his old job back less than two years after leaving? What are we thinking? Of course, he could turn around and pretend like nothing happened. Why can’t he do that? Geez, I look stupid. Never mind the fact that Meyer had many problems with his reputation while working for Fox before joining the Jaguars. Never mind the fact that he refused to report his former assistant Zach Smith after Smith was accused of abuse. Meyer even allegedly tried to cover up the fact that he knew about the allegations. Never mind about it, this man is a three-time national champion coach. He clearly deserves to be on TV again!
To be fair, nothing was perfected between Meyer and Fox, but in a interview on “The Tim May Podcast,” Meyer sounded confident an agreement would be reached before the start of the next college football season. I wouldn’t be surprised if Meyer returns to the exact same role he had in “Big Noon Kickoff” despite the fact that Meyer has been replaced by Bob Stoops, who did a great job in the role back in the year. last.
If Meyer finds his way back on TV, I hope he gets his old role back. Why? Because while most of his time will be spent sitting in the studio talking to his co-stars, the times when the movie “Big Noon Kickoff” is moved out as a pre-match for a big game, the signs behind Meyer are going crazy. Can you imagine how many people would stand behind Meyer with signs saying “Gotta block that 99 fella” or “Like playing Alabama every week”? I don’t even count the thousands of college football fans who are much more creatively minded than I am. Those fans are ruthless to some of their markings and the troll work some fans will put up next season will be absolutely epic, and with Meyer’s delicate skin, I won’t be shock if he starts shouting back at some of the fans in the crowd. It won’t be a good look and hopefully that will be enough to keep him away from TV and away from anything football related for a long time.