COLUMBUS — The Tim May Podcast is back with a special guest: Former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer.
The three-time national title-winning coach joins the podcast to break down his new role as coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Meyer spent the last two seasons as an analyst on FOX’s Big Noon Kickoff, taking a break from coaching. Now he has moved on from the college ranks to tackle a new challenge in the NFL.
Meyer takes over for Doug Marone, who went 1-15 last season in Jacksonville. He takes over a program that is only three seasons removed from winning the AFC South and making it all the way to the AFC title game. Three seasons later, the Jaguars finished the NFL with the worst record in the league and the No. 1 overall pick. Meyer used the top-overall pick on Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and drafted former Ohio State tight end Luke Farrell in the fifth round.
Tim and Urban discuss his first spring in Jacksonville, including what he is focused on changing. Jacksonville Jaguars ownerÂ Shahid Khan has committed to revamping the organization’s facilities, and Meyer is determined on turning around the Jaguarsâ€™ culture. Tim also asks about Urban’s expectations in Jacksonville and how the NFL Agamemnon is different from college.
Lettermen Row senior writer Austin Ward hops on the podcast, too. Tim and Austin break down Gov. Mike DeWine’s decision to sign an executive order allowing all student-athletes in the state of Ohio to profit of their own Name, Image and Likeness.
Both conversations makes this episode of the Tim May Podcast a must-listen for any Ohio State or college football fan.
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