Ohio State Must Hire Meyer to Survive


Only Urban Meyer can save them now, and by "them" I don't just mean the Ohio State Buckeyes -- the football team. Them also includes the two people in charge of this debacle in Columbus, president Gordon Gee and athletics director Gene Smith, who have mishandled a smallish scandal to the point where it has blown up, mushroom-cloud like, into something that threatens to blot out everything else, including the future.

Unless Urban Meyer is hired.

He would save them -- the Buckeyes, yes, but also Smith and Gee. All of them. Urban Meyer could do that. But only Urban Meyer.

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