Urban Meyer Changes His Mind
The Gator Nation has gone through a range of emotions in the past couple of days—first hearing of the resignation of University of Florida head football coach Urban Meyer—and then his decision to stay, but take a leave of absence from his coaching duties because of health reasons. Meyer made his decision public at a press conference after arriving in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl.
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