Ohio State's Urban Meyer just led his last practice in Columbus as the head coach of the Buckeyes, before the team leaves for their Rose Bowl prep against Washington before sitting down with 10TV for a quick chat.
In that talk, Urban talked about what he plans to do during the next chapter of his life, and shared that he will be co-teaching a class at the Fisher College of Business on campus, which is an offering centered on character and leadership.
For those that read Urban's book Above the Line, that will come as little surprise.
"I think that it will be awful for a while," Urban admits, noting that he has talked with Bob Stoops about life away from football.
Urban also noted in the interview that he will work with Buckeyes athletic director Gene Smith in some capacity as well, in a role that has not been defined yet, as he previously touched on during his the presser where he passed the baton to offensive coordinator Ryan Day as the new leader of the program.
"All of our jobs is to make sure he [Ryan Day] is successful, and if I can contribute in any way, I will do that to the very best of my ability."
Catch the full interview with 10TV below.