Urban Meyer is 49 years old. A July 10 birthday, fresh 49. The summer of 2012 was about Meyer’s legacy at Florida. It was about how, as the Sporting News’ Matt Hayes put it, the coach went from champ “to chomped” in Gainesville. And now, following the Aaron Hernandez murder charges and a weekend that saw a Buckeye dismissed and three more suspended, talk has turned to Meyer’s overall legacy. The legacy is tarnished. The shine is off the apple. Meyer is nothing but an enabler. His players are out of control. At Big Ten Media Days, in the main room, the head coach with a Top 10 team heading into the 2013 season fielded just one question about said team, while answering a flurry of questions about non-football activities. Ink has barely dried on the undefeated 2012 campaign, Meyer’s second undefeated season in his career, and yet the push to center Meyer’s legacy on discipline
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