Urban Meyer to Rejoin Fox’s ‘Big Noon Kickoff’ Show

Over the weekend, Fox announced that former Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer will rejoin its “Big Noon Kickoff” show.

In addition to coaching the Jaguars, Meyer has a career 187-32 in the college ranks winning three national titles, seven conference championships, and 10 division championships. He went 17-6 at Bowling Green before moving on to Utah and going 22-2. He posted a 65-15 record with the Florida Gators and an 83-9 record with Ohio State.

meyerA recent report from highlighted the decision by Fox to hire the former Jaguars and college football coach.

Below is an excerpt from the story.

Meyer is an original member of the cast that will reunite in its third season. Former Oklahoma Sooners coach Bob Stoops replaced Meyer when he took the Jaguars job ahead of the 2021 season, and Meyer will now slot back into that chair alongside host Rob Stone and fellow analysts Matt Leinart, Brady Quinn, and Reggie Bush.

Jacksonville hired Meyer away from the gig under the guise of installing a steady hand atop the organization. Instead, the Jaguars went 2-11 and, even worse, was riddled by a series of scandals – the video of him with a woman who was not his wife at an Ohio bar after he did not fly home with the team – and embarrassments in his short tenure. He was fired before Week 15.

Meyer, a three-time national champion (twice with the Florida Gators, once with Ohio State), departed the college ranks after the 2018 season. Months earlier, the university suspended him three games following an investigation into the domestic abuse of a former assistant, Zack Smith.

Meyer found success as an analyst who could break down film in a digestible way for the viewer. That skill, Fox decided, was worth bringing him back.

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