Urban Meyer Is Not Content

By: Rob Shaw Email
By: Rob Shaw Email

Only a champion isn't completely complacent with a 49-3 knockoff of a non-conference foe. That's the only way to explain the smug response from Coach Urban Meyer, to his team's 510 yards of offense, while allowing just a field goal to Western Kentucky.

You have to figure this is either a way to keep his players motivated, or perhaps the man who won a national title in only his second year with the orange and blue might know a thing or two that we're missing.

"We had a bunch of guys who did good, but we're never satisfied. I think that's one thing that's great about a young team, a team that has a certain level or standard that you'd expect, and I think we played fine, I don't think we played very good, we didn't play great," said Coach Meyer.


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