I finished Buckeye Rebirth: Urban Meyer, an Inspired Team, and a New Era at Ohio State by Bill Rabinowitz and Earle Bruce last night. It was a good read for Buckeye fans. There is nothing shocking nor are there any big revelations in the book but it does present a nice view of Urban Meyer's relationship with his administration, his coaches, his team, and especially his family. What I liked best about the book is reading about how the individual players developed and matured from Urban's perspective. There is also quite a bit about Urban's approach to coaching but not from a Xs and Os perspective more from an psychological and an organizational standpoint. We get to see a bit of how various people have influenced coach Meyer over the years.
My recommendation is to give the book a read if you have a chance (Although I think $10 for the Kindle version is a bit steep).