Actually, yep you guessed it, former Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer will return to the college fo
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Actually, yep you guessed it, former Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer will return to the college football broadcasting booth in retirement. This time for FOX. Per NY Post...
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Fox has signed what it feels, as one source put it, is a “Mount Rushmore of college football over the last 15 years,” for its new, yet-to-be-named Saturday morning pregame show that will air on network TV.

Sources say Fox has hired former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer and one of the greatest running backs in the college game’s history, Reggie Bush, for its new team.

Meyer and Bush will join Bush’s former USC teammate and fellow Heisman winner Matt Leinart, ex-Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn and host Rob Stone for the show that will air at 11 a.m. Saturdays on Fox, beginning in the fall.
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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Man, my guess was he hired on to be an offensive consultant for Nick Saban at Alabama. Oh well.
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You won't hear much SEC talk on that show.
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TD tranny inspector General?
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Leinhart sucks the air out of any possibility of this show being good.
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Thought he was gonna be a teacher at Ohio state and work in athletic department. Dude can’t make up his mind. No respect for him at all
Reply2 months
I thought it was gonna say national spokesman for Domino's Pizza....
Reply2 months
Thought he was gon teach.
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It's almost as if Fox Sports is trying to suck...more.
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bama advisor???
Reply2 months
Ans then he will be coaching again in 2020.
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Coaching the Mean Machine?
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Meyer's a terrible TV guy. Monotone with no personality. He'll be coaching again within 3 years.
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Yep. Some coaches are great in the booth, don't get me wrong, but Urban sounds like he's discussing whether or not to clip his toe nails.
2 months
agreed! He was particularly terrible as a halftime commentator of Fox's horrid telecast of the 2007 BCS Championship game for LSU/Ohio State
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