NCAAF  > General NCAAF  > Fond farewell to Urban Meyer
December 8, 2010, 11:20 PM
"At the end of the day, I'm very convinced that you're going to be judged by how you are as a husband and as a father and not by how many bowl games you've won."
-Urban Meyer


So true. As much as I have despised the Gators over the years, you made college football better.

Only best wishes for you in your future.
December 9, 2010  06:18 AM ET

I am convinced he made the right choice. I believe he'll be back in coaching in about 5 years or so, but he's got money and the family will be all over the place in a few years. It's a time you don't get back when it's gone.

December 9, 2010  11:04 AM ET

agree...if you watched the press conference you saw how sad and upset he was for missing out on the basic dad experience to see his kid play sports and other stuff.

December 9, 2010  12:38 PM ET

Maybe he could take a part time job with ESPN and replace Lou Holtz.

Just a thought....

December 9, 2010  12:40 PM ET

He has made enough money that he doesnt need to do anything the rest of his life. HAve a good retirement :)

December 9, 2010  11:04 PM ET

Good luck to the man. Family and health are more important than football.

 
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