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Urban Meyer’s wife on SEC, Florida fans: More hostile and meaner

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View Postcocky4ever, on 27 July 2014 - 04:48 PM, said:

Oh yeah...definitely a lot at stake. People around here used to think about it a lot more a few years ago. Even Spurrier said himself he considered retiring after uconn beat us in the bowl game. People used to debate who would be the best next step. From Spurrier Jr. to Ellis Johnson and a few others as replacements. But since we're doing a lot better now people are just trying to enjoy it while it's here and worry about the next step later. Spurrier Jr. could be a possibility, but people said the same thing about Skip Holtz. I think Shawn Elliott could be a could candidate, as well as our DC Lorenzo Ward. And obviously there will be outside candidates as well. I think it's a pretty appealing spot right now so we should be able to bring in a good name. It'll just depend on whether or not Ray Tanner makes the right choice.

Ellis Johnson... yes... go that route. He is an excellent head coach
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Urban landed at the right place at the right time to dominoe.That's what these dog and pony show coaches do.Then when the going gets rough they bolt,or are fired.

Quick fix offense is the flavor of the day,but they leave a program soft in the long run.

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View PostTheRealBrave, on 27 July 2014 - 09:35 PM, said:



Ellis Johnson... yes... go that route. He is an excellent head coach


Lold....luckily for us he jumped ship and promptly turned southern miss into a pile of sh!t in record time.

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View Postzartan, on 27 July 2014 - 12:25 PM, said:

UF would bow down and kiss his feet if he wanted to do a reverse Lebron

That's a fact

You're an idiot, not like that's anything new though.

I'm the only one I know that DOESN'T hate Meyer.

Edited by JoeGator, 28 July 2014 - 05:54 AM.


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View PostJoeGator, on 28 July 2014 - 05:53 AM, said:

You're an idiot, not like that's anything new though.

I'm the only one I know that DOESN'T hate Meyer.

I don't hate Meyer, he gave us 2 national championships. But he's a scumbag who I can't wait to see fail time and time again and eventually try and find a way out.

Edited by ShaunMac, 28 July 2014 - 06:40 AM.

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View PostShaunMac, on 28 July 2014 - 06:40 AM, said:

I don't hate Meyer, he gave us 2 national championships. But he's a scumbag who I can't wait to see fail time and time again and eventually try and find a way out.

Haha, I'm indifferent and lean towards sympathetic.

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Zartan nailed it.  Urban's only lost two games in his first two seasons.  Although they were his last two games.  Wait until he goes on a losing streak and let's see how genteel the Buckeye fans can be.  Winning every game your first season coming off a 6-7 season makes it tough to hate on a new coach.  Her statement is stupid on multiple levels but it's one of those comments most people end up having to eat at some point.

(btw, aren't you in the over 50 club too?)  

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this is my favorite part.....

“Now, I know ‘The Team Up North’ [Michigan] versus Ohio State game is pretty mean; everybody is pretty mean when that game rolls around. It’s extremely competitive, but it’s just not as mean (as the SEC). Not as dirty and mean. I hate to say that, but that’s just how it is in the South. College football is everything down there.”
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Why is Urban Meyer a scumbag?

View PostShaunMac, on 28 July 2014 - 06:40 AM, said:

I don't hate Meyer, he gave us 2 national championships. But he's a scumbag who I can't wait to see fail time and time again and eventually try and find a way out.

Edited by Noah, 28 July 2014 - 09:34 AM.

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View PostDjCrenshaw, on 27 July 2014 - 07:44 PM, said:

I like how he needed time to spend with his family, and a year later he was like " :lanekiffin:  that shiz".

no kidding. I'm just going to lie about my need to leave Florida because why? I don't have the stones to be honest.

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View PostNoah, on 28 July 2014 - 09:34 AM, said:

Why is Urban Meyer a scumbag?

Because he left them

Now they have Doofus McGoofus as coach

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View PostA10Rebel, on 28 July 2014 - 09:41 AM, said:

no kidding. I'm just going to lie about my need to leave Florida because why? I don't have the stones to be honest.

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View Postzartan, on 27 July 2014 - 03:02 PM, said:



Posted Image off old man

You think you're tough because Alabama is good at football or something?

Go drink some stool softener and calm down

Lol... Okey dokey pal! Have fun season! Go sparty!!!

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He pussed out. He left the SEC (and probably the SEC East school with the most advantages) for the pussy 10.  The 'health concerns' and 'spending more time with family' is bullPosted Image. He's still a great coach.
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Urban Meyer’s wife is wrong to call Gators, SEC fans ‘dirty and mean'



By MIKE BIANCHI
Orlando SentinelJuly 30, 2014


SHELLEY MEYER, THE wife of former University of Florida and current Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, claims I am a hater.
She claims I often criticize her husband for some misunderstood reason.

“Oh, don’t even bring up Bianchi,” she told Bucknuts.com – an Ohio State fan website. “He’s awful. He’s a hater. He hates Urban for some reason and I don’t know why.”

Sadly, Shelley Meyer is correct.

I don’t much like coaches such as her husband; disingenuous coaches who run crime-ridden football programs; head-in-the-sand coaches who once allowed former player Aaron Hernandez to stay on the Florida football team after he sucker-punched a bar employee in Gainesville so violently that it burst the guy’s ear drum; enabling coaches who kept former UF running back Chris Rainey on the team after he was arrested for threatening to kill his girlfriend.

Hernandez, by the way, is in jail awaiting murder charges in New England.

Rainey was kicked off his second NFL team earlier this week for another conduct-related incident.

So Shelley Meyer is right; I have an aversion to coaches of Urban’s ilk. But here is where Shelley is flat-out wrong. She is wrong for ripping Gator fans and SEC fans and calling them more “dirty and mean” than their counterparts in the Big Ten. And she is delusional when she suggests that those who really knew Urban at UF all still adore him.

Puh-leeze.

“Now, when we first went down there and we were winning and we were winning those national championships, Urban was the best thing ever,” Shelley told Bucknuts.com in reference to UF fans. “But when it’s not going good or something doesn’t go the way they want, they will turn in a second. Now, to be fair, there’s a lot of fans across the country that are like that – and I’m sure there’s some Ohio State people that could do that, too.

“But, here is my perception (about Florida fans): I think they feel like they were kind of left at the altar. … They feel a betrayal, even though they were so mad at him about how our last season (2010) went. You can’t please all fans anywhere; you can’t. And I’ve just accepted that and I love when our fans are behind us and support us and I love that they love their team, but we can’t take it personally.
“Because, not one person that is close to us (from their time in Florida) has ever come up and said anything bad. So, the people who are critical of us, it’s not the people who know us. It’s the people who aren’t even around the program.”

Um, Shelley, you might want to give Jack Youngblood a call. He’s in the Gator Ring of Honor and the NFL Hall of Fame and once called Urban a “dear friend.”

“When somebody (Urban) tells me something to my face, I expect it to be truth,” Youngblood told me not long ago when I asked him if he was still friends with Urban. “When it turns out to not be the truth, that doesn’t put him very high on my Christmas card list. … He said character was the No. 1 thing and the main thing he was recruiting on. That didn’t happen. And then all of the stuff at the end of (his time at Florida), there just was no consistency to me.”

Or maybe Shelley should try to catch Florida athletics director Jeremy Foley in an honest moment and ask him how he feels about the way Urban took a $1 million bonus when he bolted UF after the worst season in 20 years because he was, supposedly, mentally and physically frazzled and wanted to spend more time with his family. A few weeks later, Meyer was flying around the country as an ESPN analyst, and a few months later he accepted the Ohio State job.

And maybe Shelley can also ask Florida coach Muschamp how he feels about Urban leaving him a program bereft of depth and discipline and then negative-recruiting against the Gators as soon as he got to Ohio State. If she did, maybe Muschamp would tell her about the incident first reported in The Sporting News in which Urban relentlessly pursued Maryland prep All-American wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who’d narrowed his choices to Ohio State, Florida and Maryland. In the midst of the recruiting process, Urban, according to the Sporting News, “told the Diggs family that he wouldn’t let his son go to Florida because of significant character issues in the locker room.”
That’s right, Urban tried to use the renegade culture he created and fostered at UF to drive a recruit away from UF.

See, Shelley, there’s a reason so many Gator fans feel that Urban betrayed their trust.

Because he did.


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