Listen: Urban Meyer On The Big Ten Teleconference Previewing Nebraska

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Listen: Urban Meyer On The Big Ten Teleconference Previewing Nebraska

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Listen: Urban Meyer On The Big Ten Teleconference Previewing Nebraska


Urban Meyer took his turn on the weekly Big Ten Coach’s teleconference today. Find out what he had to say. 


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Each week all the coaches in the Big Ten take turns providing an update on their respective programs. Urban Meyer took his turn this week and provided further updates on health and future at Ohio State, provided some injury updates and more.

If you missed it, we’ve got the entire audio courtesy of our friends at 105.7 The Zone in Columbus in the above Tweet link.

Here are some highlights from the call:

  • Meyer addressed the problems on defense. He stated that penalties, missed tackles and scheme have been addressed.
  • Dre’Mont Jones has had a very good year. Meyer reiterated that he’s an incredible person and very good player. He carries himself on and off the field with the highest regard.
  • Meyer said that Robert Landers is now full speed after dealing with injuries the entire year.
  • A question was asked about Haskins expectations in the offense. Meyer reiterated that the team needs to have balance. The running game has to come on more than it has.
  • Isaiah Prince has played great. There’s been times he has struggled, but overall his body of work has been very good.
  • All the guys on injury watch are set to be able to play.
  • Meyer was asked again about his future in Columbus. He reiterated that he loves the game, players, and the university and wants to coach as long as he can.
  • The Big Ten has some of the toughest environments in the country and only continues to get better.
  • Both J.K. Dobbins and Mike Weber are frustrated with the running game. Meyer said that the team worked very hard at getting things right during the bye week.

 

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