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The Urban Meyer Hire From The Eye’s of a Wolverines Fan

The Urban Meyer Hire From The Eye’s of a Wolverines Fan

As a Michigan fanatic, the news of Urban Meyer’s hiring as the Buckeye’s new head football coach hit as hard as a Ray Lewis takedown.  The Wolverines had just ended their seven game skid against that ‘school from Ohio’ and appeared ready to reassume their position once again as the dominant leaders of the Big Ten.  That was before the news broke of the Urban Meyer hire.

Now, the future outlook does not look nearly as bright.   Yes, the Wolverines have improved drastically this season, and Brady Hoke has proven himself to be a more than capable recruiter especially in the state of Ohio.  However, that one ‘school from Ohio’ has just hired arguably THE BEST coach in all of college football.  A coach whose Florida teams for a stretch of four years dominated the SEC which knowingly dominates the Big Ten come bowl season.

To make the matter worse, Urban Meyer’s Buckeyes could resume their winning ways in the annual rivalry with Michigan as soon as next season.  The Buckeye’s freshman sensation at quarterback, Braxton Miller, will likely be much improved in his sophomore campaign and is the ideal dual threat passer for Meyer’s offense.

And what about this year’s recruiting class?  The University of Michigan boasts one of the nation’s top recruiting classes and by far the top class in the conference.  However, nine members of that class are from the state of Ohio.  There is no telling how many of those players could rescind on their verbal commitment to the Wolverines and join the newly hired Urban Meyer at that ‘school from Ohio’.

The recruiting scare goes beyond losing potential commitments from Ohio for this year however.  Meyer carries such a strong reputation and legacy with him that there is no doubt he will be able to steal recruits away from Michigan and the fellow Big Ten teams from all states in the Mid-West and not just Ohio.  Add in the fact that Meyer will likely have the strongest ties to recruiting in the state of Florida and the entire South East corner of the country, and there is more than enough reason for fans of the Wolverines and any other Big Ten school to panic.

What if Meyer is able to recruit similar talent as he did when he was at the University of Florida?  The same kind of talent that has frequently embarrassed quality Big Ten foes in recent bowl matchups.  Let it be said that Urban Meyer is no Ron Zook.  He can recruit with the best of them, and is among the best at getting the most out of those recruits.  This spells bad news for the University of Michigan and its fellow members of the Big Ten.

I am not entirely pessimistic in my future hopes for my beloved Wolverines.  I believe that they have the right coach and guidance from those at the top to avoid relapsing to the struggles of the Rich Rod Era.  There is no doubt, however, that my hopes and expectations have been severely tapered by the Urban Meyer news.  Let’s all just hope that Meyer’s tenure at that ‘school from Ohio’ is a short one and that the Wolverines can manage to squeak out another win or two in the rivalry before Meyer is able to turn the Buckeye’s football program around.  Otherwise, that ‘school form Ohio’ will likely dominate the Big Ten in a manner that Jim Tressel was never able to accomplish.  With how great Tressel was that’s a scary thought to imagine.

 

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I am a resident of South West Michigan and a graduate of Western Michigan University. Like most residents of Michigan I am a die hard Tigers, Red Wings, and Pistons fan. However, my allegiances in the NFL stand with the St Louis Rams as I have been a fan since I become mesmerized by their "Greatest Show on Turf" offense that ruled the late 90s and the early 2000s. My devotion to the Rams has not swayed through their recent struggles and turmoil. When it comes to collegiate sports my heart lies solely with the University of Michigan Wolverines. I have been a U of M fan since almost the time I was born, and will never root for Michigan State, Ohio State, or Notre Dame in any circumstance. Besides my love and passion for sports I am a young, developing IT professional for a moderate sized company. I enjoy working out, spending time out doors, and visiting with friends and family when I am not at work or looking at football box scores.


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  1. John Lieb Dec 2 201111:22 am

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    Thanks for the honesty, Casey. I agree with your take on several points. The recent hiring of Urban Meyer at the Ohio State University has brightened an otherwise down year for OSU football fans. He will likely reraise the recruiting fence Jim Tressel was able to largely erect around the state of Ohio for the last 6-8 years and he will likely attract lots of top talent from the southeast. I wouldn’t worry about losing any of UM’s present recruiting class. Despite the year of upheaval down here, OSU has a good recruiting class for (2012), though not as good as UMs. However, with the key players in place and their youth (only losing 5 senior starters, 12 freshmen and sophomores starting), I don’t think Michigan is going to start a winning streak against OSU anytime soon. Congratulations on the win this year and good luck 358 days from now.

  2. buckeyedude Dec 2 201111:34 am

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    I appreciate your honesty Casey.

  3. Dan Dec 2 201111:37 am

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    Of Michigan’s 9 Ohio commits, only 3 were offered by Ohio State – Kalis, Strobel, and Wormley. Wormley is a lifetime UM fan who was a UM lean even before Tressel left, and Kalis and Strobel have talked a little trash on behalf of Michigan. It’s unlikely any of those three would flip back to Ohio State.

    As for the other six, it’s possible that if Ohio State recruited them, they might flip – but Meyer seems to be going after national recruits right now, as well as working on a few Ohio guys who committed elsewhere (Pittman for Sparty, Dodson for Wisconsin, Decker for Notre Dame) I highly doubt he extends offers to the six UM commits from Ohio that never received one.

  4. Bill Dec 2 201112:05 pm

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    Ya, you really must not follow recruiting if you are all that terrified of the effect on Michigan. As Dan stated, all Mich commits with OSU offers are solid on their commitment. As for future years, there is more than enough talent in Ohio for both Michigan and OSU, the problem was that Michigan was getting beat out by MSU, ND, Iowa, and even Cincy and Pitt under RichRod, and they still have the ability to recruit nationally. Plus now the pro-style guys in Ohio will no longer be interested in OSU. They just have to win 1-2 battles with OSU a year and they will be just fine.

    MSU has also built their own program on the in-state talent that they have stolen from UM the past few years. The state’s top 10 every year often turn into great players, and if it this year is any indication, the state belongs to UM once again. With our own house in order, there is way less to worry about than you think.

  5. Joshua Dec 2 201112:27 pm

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    Ok, I appreciate your honesty but for those reading please don’t take this as every M fan’s line of thinking. As a devoted and passionate follower of Michigan football, I can tell you that I and many others are not afraid of this guy or his recruiting prowess.

    The guy is a very talented coach, his track record everywhere he’s been says it all. But we’re not afraid, and nor should we be:

    - Urban Meyer himself has said that the best recruiter in college football will be on the other sideline: Greg Mattison.

    - Michigan gets a lot of their players from Ohio, but has always been and always will be a national power in recruiting. Under Hoke, there will not be any deficiency in talent like there was at the end of Carr’s and beginning of Rod’s careers.

    - How many times did John Cooper’s Buckeyes come into The Game ranked in the Top 5 & lose? I’m not saying Meyer is John Cooper, but the point is that the best team doesn’t always win this game necessarily.

    Right now, Hoke has a Top 3 recruiting class that only looks to get better over the next 2 months, is 1-0 in the game, has a team with 17 returning starters coming back, the most dynamic quarterback in the country.

    WE ARE NOT WORRIED

    1. rocko Dec 2 20112:48 pm

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      Urban Meyer>>>>>>>>john cooper

      wishful thinking though…..LOL

  6. Tom Dec 2 20111:05 pm

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    “has a team with 17 returning starters coming back”
    You did not need to say that twice.

    “the most dynamic quarterback in the country.”
    Braxton might have something to say next year.

    “WE ARE NOT WORRIED”
    I certainly wouldn’t!

  7. Dave Dec 2 20117:01 pm

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    Casey- How could you possibly make the claim, “Otherwise, that ‘school form Ohio’ will likely dominate the Big Ten in a manner that Jim Tressel was never able to accomplish.” Really dude? From 2001-2010 he went 66-15 in the B1G. During that span, he had two 8-0 seasons and five 7-1 seasons. OSU tied for first or won the B1G outright SEVEN times. He also beat that team up north nine out of ten times, including seven straight! That’s not domination?!?

  8. Bob Dec 2 20118:32 pm

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    Michigan = Gay

  9. Christopher Rowe Dec 3 20119:25 am

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    Meyer should have held out for the NFL as lots of teams will be seeking coaches… Eagles, Colts, Jags, Dolphins, Denver, San Diego and maybe even Chicago

    1. Jordan DiRisio Dec 3 201111:09 am

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      A lot of people say they prefer coaching in NCAA same money, players don’t have as big of egos yet, no player contract issues etc. There is no doubt Meyer could coach in the NFL if he wanted to but this is his dream job at Ohio State over an NFL team i think

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