A 911 call made from Urban Meyer's home at about 4:30 a.m. ET on Dec. 6, after Florida lost in the SEC championship game, reveals that the Gators' coach was rushed to the hospital by ambulance after complaining of chest pains and a tingling sensation on his side.
The Dec. 6 call, obtained Wednesday by ESPN, contradicts an earlier statement from the University of Florida that the coach checked himself into a Gainesville hospital that morning for dehydration, only later to admit that he also had chest pains.
Meyer's wife, Shelley, who placed the 911 call, said her husband awoke briefly that morning and tried to get out of bed, but fell to the floor. On the call, Shelley Meyer said he was breathing and had a pulse but would not wake up. She said her husband had been taking the sleeping pill Ambien, which she said often puts him into a deep sleep.
On the call, Shelley Meyer also said her husband had never had a heart attack before but had complained of chest pains due to anxiety.
Public perception, dehydration is easier for the public to think oh it was nothing.
quote:He lied, obviously...minimally, exaggerated. Can't be "unable" to coach then 24 hrs. later be miraculously healed. Only a pussy can bleed like that without dying.
His health issue is no one's business but his own and his family's.
He told them enough but not everything.
He lied, obviously...minimally, exaggerated. Can't be "unable" to coach then 24 hrs. later be miraculously healed. Only a pussy can bleed like that without dying.