Urban Meyer spoke at the Football Hall of Fame Luncheon today in Stark County. Given the tradition of the event, and the Stark County blood that's pulsated through Ohio State football's history, it's no surprise Urban Meyer didn't pull any punches.
Here's Urban on why, deep down, he knew the 2013 team would lose to Michigan State:
That's the tough, honest #take we've come to expect from Ohio State's frontman, who is entering his fourth(!!) campaign with Ohio State.
Some other highlights, via reporters in attendance:
"The dream and goal of Ohio State Football is to operate at maximum capacity!" - Urban Meyer Ohio State Buckeyes— jordan tozzi (@jordantozzi) March 30, 2015
(This ends with Urban Meyer sitting on a pile of rings, doesn't it?)
"Corporate America spends millions of dollars on leadership each year. College football spends zero. That needs to change." - Urban Meyer— The Tozzi Brothers (@LegionReport) March 30, 2015
Urban on Buckeye Cruise ship being stuck at sea due to fog: "It goes another three hours and I'm off the side, swimming for shore."— Zac Jackson (@FSOhioZJackson) March 30, 2015
Urban Meyer answers @CantonRepdotcom ? About Braxton Miller NCAA endorsement issue "everything is fine. No issue."— toddporter (@toddporter) March 30, 2015
Has the future ever burned brighter for OSU football? Not in the 28-year-old eyes of this Marionaire.