The University of Florida football team has set the standard for football excellence in the last several years. But as the murder case against former UF and New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez moves forward, it’s bringing another aspect of UF’s history into the light.
Wherever former Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow goes, it’s a sure bet that the coach who rode him to two national championships will have a message for his new coaches.
The allure of college football bowl games is that you will get to see great matchups of teams that don’t usually play. It turns out the Gator Bowl wants to kick things up a notch further.
Confirming what CBSMiami.com and other media outlets reported last week, former University of Florida Gators head coach Urban Meyer has agreed to become the next head coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes.
So Urban Meyer resigned for the second time in as many months as head coach of the University of Florida. How will he be remembered? By UF fans he will be up there with Spurrier, for the rest of the college football world, he’ll be a three-year blip.
For the second year in a row, Urban Meyer is stepping down as the head coach of the University of Florida, according to the Associated Press.