Urban Meyer's not sorry.
Meyer spent seven seasons kicking Michigan's ass, running up the score on multiple occasions. And he wants everyone to know he'd do it again, if given the chance.
In a Tuesday appearance on the Dan Patrick Show, Meyer said he said he did not feel bad about running up the score in those games – knowing damn well his response was going to create a few headlines.
DP: Did you ever feel bad running up the score against Michigan?— Andrew Perloff (@andrewperloff) September 22, 2020
Urban Meyer: This is going to create a lot of headlines... but no.
Meyer, of course, went 7-0 against Michigan as Ohio State's head coach and won by double digits in four of those games, including a 42–13 in Jim Harbaugh's debut season of 2015 and a 62–39 beatdown in Meyer's final edition of The Game.
Perhaps his only regret is that he never attempted a late-game two-point conversion...