Before accepting the Ohio State job, Urban Meyer famously signed a contract with his family vowing to be more than an absentee father and husband during the season. If he was going to coach again, Meyer had to promise things would be different than when he nearly coached himself to death at Florida.

Now that the 12-0 Buckeyes’ season is over, how did he do?

Pretty good, according to Meyer. The coach explained that he left the Buckeyes’ football facility every Sunday at noon, something that would never would have happened at Florida, to watch his son’s football games. Except for one time, when he was late and got two speeding tickets en route to the game.

Here him explain below. 

 

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