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Urban Meyer headed to Jacksonville
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https://twitter.com/PeteThamel/status/1349730545933012994

"Sources: Urban Meyer is finalizing a deal to become the next coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. All signs point to a deal being done today."
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(01-14-2021, 12:03 PM)KillerGoose Wrote: https://twitter.com/PeteThamel/status/1349730545933012994

"Sources: Urban Meyer is finalizing a deal to become the next coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. All signs point to a deal being done today."

Must be one hell of a love story, as it seems like they've been Waltzing for weeks.
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So do the Jags take Fields over Lawrence now?
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Lebron left the Cavs this makes me sad. 
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And it's official.

https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/jaguars-announce-urban-meyer-as-head-coach-this-is-a-great-day-for-jacksonville/
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I think it's a bad idea for Urban to get back into coaching. I'm not sure he's healthy enough for the stress of coaching. If you look at his last season at Ohio State he was in extreme pain on the sidelines during games. I remember the road game in Indiana where he was bent over with his hands on his head and his son had his his hands on his shoulders. I believe his doctors told him to retire and he did. Must really want to coach again and wish him the best, I just hope he knows what he's doing.
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(01-14-2021, 12:22 PM)SunsetBengal Wrote: Must be one hell of a love story, as it seems like they've been Waltzing for weeks.

Think him and Tony Khan had the Jerry Jones sleepover?
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(01-15-2021, 01:53 AM)CorpusChristiBengal Wrote: Think him and Tony Khan had the Jerry Jones sleepover?

Possibly, but I think more likely is that he wanted to ensure that all conditions were to his liking.  As in getting commitments from prospective assistants, to gaining the level of control and autonomy to do things his way, in order to ensure he didn't end up like Steve Spurrier did with Washington.
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#8
Urban or Zac? Who has more career wins by season's end? Tongue
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(01-15-2021, 12:04 PM)TecmoBengals Wrote: Urban or Zac? Who has more career wins by season's end? Tongue

Jacksonville apparently has no pressure to win now. That plus the whole roster being young actually leans into Zac's favor
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(01-14-2021, 09:50 PM)BrownAssClown Wrote: I think it's a bad idea for Urban to get back into coaching. I'm not sure he's healthy enough for the stress of coaching. If you look at his last season at Ohio State he was in extreme pain on the sidelines during games. I remember the road game in Indiana where he was bent over with his hands on his head and his son had his his hands on his shoulders. I believe his doctors told him to retire and he did. Must really want to coach again and wish him the best, I just hope he knows what he's doing.

I dunno man.... I'm calling bullshit on his "health issues", and I like Urban Meyer. He brought us a championship, so I can't complain, but these issues seem to pop up when some external issues start to surround him.

But I do remember the game you're speaking of...
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The fact people believe the health issues thing is surprising, I thought it was well known it was a cover up.
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