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What an embarrassment. The Meyer's really need to talk to each other. It's make a healthy marriage.

Urban Meyer opens up about handling of Zach Smith allegations, reaction toward Courtney Smith

 

 

 

http://www.espn.com/espnw/sports/article/24695858/urban-meyer-opens-handling-zach-smith-allegations-reaction-courtney-smith

 

 

 

 

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Today Meyer outing Herman as one of the coaches at the strip club....which Tom already owned up to.  Then Urban declares he warned them they would be fired if they did it again.  Interesting he waits this long to name Herman, and to act like he was a pillar of righteousness with the firing threat.  It takes Meyer to have his job on the line to actually fire anyone, that he has made clear waiting so long to dump Zach Smith.  The strip club incident has absolutely nothing to do with the Courtney Smith issue which he still won’t really acknowledge or address.   

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2 hours ago, MikeV73 said:

Today Meyer outing Herman as one of the coaches at the strip club....which Tom already owned up to.  Then Urban declares he warned them they would be fired if they did it again.  Interesting he waits this long to name Herman, and to act like he was a pillar of righteousness with the firing threat.  It takes Meyer to have his job on the line to actually fire anyone, that he has made clear waiting so long to dump Zach Smith.  The strip club incident has absolutely nothing to do with the Courtney Smith issue which he still won’t really acknowledge or address.   

Meyer is fraudulent, lying, sack of sh*t.

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Urban being Urban...

Urban Meyer told NFL scout of Aaron Hernandez: 'Don't f---ing touch that guy'

Here's his side of the story from the book that Ian O’Connor is writing about Bill Belichick...

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However, according to O’Connor’s book, Meyer warned at least one NFL team that it should not draft Hernandez, saying “look, this guy’s a hell of a football player, but he f—ing lies to beat the system and teaches all our other guys to beat the system. With the marijuana stuff, we’ve never caught this guy, but we know he’s doing it. … Don’t f—ing touch that guy.”

Lied to beat the system, taught others to beat the system and they knew he was, at the very least, smoking marijuana but they just couldn't catch him...

This is from a 2013 Rolling Stone article on Hernandez and his treatment at UF under Urban...

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In an interview with Rolling Stone in 2013, a local reporter who covered Meyer’s team at Florida said that Meyer frequently covered for Hernandez’s bad behavior and said he “wasn’t ready to play.”

Other reports found that Hernandez had failed drug tests. Hernandez would fail other drug tests, according to reports, and should have faced bans for up to half a season, per school regulations. Instead, he didn’t miss a single snap.

Looks to me like they caught him...someone must've hidden the results from Urban because there's no way he'd let Hernandez play if he knew that he'd failed.  Right??

Normally I'd read this and think that the truth about Urban lies somewhere between the two stories but, to quote a very wise man, "Meyer is fraudulent, lying, sack of sh*t" and I think the article proves it (not that any real proof was needed).  The guy should've lost his job at Florida and should lose it at Ohio State but $$ talks and he's already served his 3 game suspension so he'll walk away from this as clean as he did all the other allegations.

Good thing for him that his players never traded memorabilia for tattoos...he be in some real trouble then!!

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