Ohio State changes could have National Football League impact

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Meyer is 13 years younger than Alabama head coach Nick Saban so even with a year or two away from the game, he is young enough that he could return at a premier program and have a six-seven year stay and retire again, presumably for good.

"Most people didn't see Lincoln Riley coming out of that", Smith said, referencing the sudden coaching change that was made at Oklahoma in the summer of 2017.

Miami - For the same reasons Meyer would make a lot of sense at Florida State because of the recruiting benefits and path to the playoff, Miami could be a flawless post-retirement home.

He says the headaches he suffers from the cyst that he has in his brain became severe last season during Ohio State's game at Penn State and have become a persistent problem this season.

He played quarterback at the University of New Hampshire from 1997 to 2001 for Chip Kelly, who was the offensive coordinator at the time.

Rutgers coach Chris Ash was defensive coordinator for UrbanMeyer for two seasons at Ohio State, including the 2014 national championship team.

Brown said he loves and admires Meyer, and will miss him in coaching.

Meyer, among the elite coaches in college football and one of its highest paid, has coached at Ohio State for seven seasons.

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Day was becoming a hot name in coaching circles and his ability to step in and guide the Buckeyes during Meyer's suspension demonstrated his ability as an up-and-coming coach.

Ohio State could have spent much of the season watching other coaches, but in each of those instances, the university would have had to imagine those coaches at OSU. His tally includes 11 bowl wins, the inaugural 2015 College Football Playoff among them. He tweeted Tuesday he is still committed to the Buckeyes.

"Once players know you have that genuine love and care for them, they'll move mountains for you".

It will be his first time coaching in the Rose Bowl.

"This will keep me healthier than not, because I'll have to get back in better shape, and I'll have something to do every morning", he said.

His final game with the Buckeyes will come at the Rose Bowl, a game he has never coached before. Ohio State appointed a special group to investigate the situation, and after several weeks determined that Meyer had not acted properly in keeping Smith on staff despite a history of troubling behavior and did not represent the school well when he failed to tell the truth while answering questions about Smith's past during Big Ten media days in late July.

Murphy noted that Day was known to be approachable off the field, no matter the conversation. He's a second-year Ohio State assistant who had never before been a head coach. He has been at different colleges and the National Football League and he is able to put his players in positions to succeed.