Former Ohio State football head coach Urban Meyer has kept himself busy since retiring as the leader of the Buckeyes.
He is now the assistant athletic director of athletics initiatives and relations -- yes, a mouthful -- at Ohio State, and is going to appear on FOX's Saturday morning college football show during the new season. And in the midst of all that, the former coach is now opening up a new restaurant just outside Columbus.
Corso Ventures, a Columbus restaurant group, has partnered with the coach to open up Urban Meyer's Pint House in Dublin Ohio.
The restaurant is expected to be ready for business this fall, and it will be modeled after the Short North Pint House in downtown Columbus. And there will be plenty of opportunities to skewer That Team Up North once it's up and running.
Yes, one of the rooms of the new restaurant will pay honor to Meyer's 7-0 record against Michigan. The room will appropriately be named "Urban's 7-0 Room," which will feature a private event space for Meyer's foundation.
The 7-0 Room will also feature awards, trophies, and memorabilia that Meyer received throughout his tenure as the leader of the Buckeyes.
Meyer his taking his talents from the gridiron to the kitchen, and you can bet that the new restaurant will be packed on Saturdays watching Ohio State football.