Dolphins LB on former college coach Urban Meyer: ‘Not Surprised’
A quarterback who played for Urban Meyer doesn’t seem too shocked by the way Meyer’s NFL career is going.
All experiments involving Urban Meyer and Coaching in the NFL may be coming to an end. His time with Jacksonville Jaguars became a disaster like argumentative and the scandal seems to somehow continue follow Meyer everywhere he goes.
Now, a former member of Ohio State Buckeyes is speaking out on the matter, it seems to say that he is not shocked after it was revealed that Meyer reported kicking a player who missed a kick during pre-season.
In a tweet, Jerome Baker Jr., a Miami Dolphins pawnbroker who played for Meyer at Ohio State from 2015-17, said he’s “not surprised.” Baker added, “KARMA is catching up
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Meyer’s time in Jacksonville was a disaster.
From start to finish, it was nothing but loss and dysfunction. Now, with the season drawing to a close and the Jaguars no better than they were before his arrival, it seems improbable that Meyer will continue as head coach in Jacksonville by the time this season ends.
Given the amount of controversy and the way Jacksonville seems unlikely to win anytime soon, there’s no real reason for the Jaguars to feel that Meyer is the future of their franchise. It will be interesting to see how things turn out.
https://fansided.com/2021/12/15/dolphins-jerome-baker-urban-meyer-not-surprised/ Dolphins LB on former college coach Urban Meyer: ‘Not Surprised’