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Urban Meyer: UCLA, USC's participation in Big Ten "makes sense to me"

Urban Meyer has officially resurfaced.

Former Jaguars coach plans to rejoin Fox Sports after a disastrous, less than-seasontenure at Jacksonville. On Thursday, he appeared on the Big Ten Network to discuss the recent news thatUCLA and USC will be attending the conference.

How do shameful ex-coaches see the great news on Thursday?

"I've seen the reorganization of the conference over the years as we all do, and to be honest with you, this school jumps to this conference. The location didn't really make much sense, it doesn't really have a rivalry and there's no basis for hiring, but this makes sense to me, "says Meyer.

Meyer is an authority on Big Ten, spent seven years as head coach at Ohio State University, and won the national championship in 2014. Wide receivers are leading the domestic violence allegations long before Zack Smith was dismissed from the team.

At a Midwest-based conference, some were skeptical that the two schools on the west coast were naturally adapted, but Meyer seemed excited.

"There are great soccer players in Los Angeles, which means that if USC and UCLA go down a little, you can go a little to the cherry pick, but this time the locks open. This is because these families will be able to see their son's play. It makes a lot of sense to me. And it has a good academic reputation. There is a natural competition between UCLA, USC and the Big Ten Conference. "

Meyer was probably one of the worst head coaches in NFL history with Jaguar. Highlights include a video leak ofa non-wifewoman dancing on her lap. The defeat of the Bengali and some reports of himbeat and ridiculed his staff.

He was fired after the Tampa Bay Times reported that Meyerhad physically kicked former Jaguar kicker Josh Lambo. He ended up with a record of 2-11.

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Former Eagles coach Doug Pederson was introduced to Meyer in 2022. Was hired instead of.