Recently retired Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer isn't straying too far from the college football scene. This makes it seem like he's trying to stay close enough so that he'll be able to get another coaching job soon.
Come on, do we really think Urban is going to stay away from the sidelines for long?
According to sources, Urban Meyer is headed to broadcast television.— Sporting News (@sportingnews) January 17, 2019
Fox Sports is nearing a deal to hire the former Buckeyes coach as a college football analyst.
More on what Meyer's role on TV would be: https://t.co/YIXzehm00e pic.twitter.com/pDINUtSU00
Meyer could either be in the studio as part of their pregame show, or he could be a color commentator. An idea would be that he'll join the Fox College Football Pregame in an attempt to better compete with ESPN's College GameDay.
If you thought you'd see less of Urban Meyer on TV following his retirement as Ohio State head coach, think again. — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) January 18, 2019
Reports have Meyer joining FOX Sports as an analyst. pic.twitter.com/y5AN66DBdD
Meyer was previously on television for ESPN back in 2011 before taking the Ohio State
Along with his new TV role, Meyer will also have duties as assistant athletic director at Ohio State. He's staying close to the school and the sport, proving that he'll try to make a return soon.