This morning, Clay Travis over atOutkicktheCoverage.com wrote — on his first piece for Fox Sports, no less – that Urban Meyer and Ohio State “turned in” Florida assistant coach Brian White for an alleged “bump violation” involving Curtis Samuel, a four-star athlete for the class of 2014.
The bump rule, which involves coaches communicating with a prospect during a no-contact period, is a secondary infraction. Furthermore, an investigation into Ohio State’s complaint uncovered no wrongdoing.
But, Meyer’s been asked to respond… and he has… so here we are.
“It is absolutely not true that I turned in the University of Florida,” Meyer wrote in a text message to multiple outlets. ”Weeks after, I learned our compliance guy (without any coach involvement) forwarded an article to the conference office. This is standard procedure. Once again, zero coach involvement.”
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