When you look at Urban Meyer’s 11-year career as a head coach, it’s hard to find an accomplishment that he hasn’t been able to check off his to-do list.
Meyer has an astounding 83.4 winning percentage, going 116-23 at four coaching stops throughout his career (Bowling Green, Utah, Florida and Ohio State). His teams have won five conference titles and two national titles. He also has a perfect 6-0 record in games that went to overtime and a 4-0 record in BCS bowl games.
Meyer has coached one Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback (Tim Tebow) and another who was the No. 1 overall NFL draft pick (Alex Smith). Meyer has also seen 36 players that he coached for a minimum of two years go on to become NFL draft picks, including nine first-rounders, according to Ohio State’s official website.
In 2009, Meyer was even named “coach of the decade” by both the Sporting News and Sports Illustrated.
Despite all of his accolades, there is something that has eluded Meyer during his 11…
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