Urban Meyer is no longer coaching in the NFL after being fired by the Jacksonville Jaguars, but the stories of him continue to pour in of his terrible behavior.
This time around, it’s going back to his college days with the Ohio State Buckeyes.
On Saturday, former Ohio State football player Marcus Williamson revealed that he had retired while his team was currently playing in the Rose Bowl. Among the many rants that he released on Twitter was a situation that happened when he was just 17-years-old.
Williamson revealed a threat Meyer made against him early on in his career with the Buckeyes.
“As a 17 early enrollee. Urban Meyer told me he’d “ruin my f—- life” if he ever caught me smoking,” Williamson tweeted.
Williamson was the No. 24 cornerback and No. 182 overall recruit in the 2017 class, per 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.
As far as his team goes, the Buckeyes mounted a furious comeback and defeated Utah in the Rose Bowl on Saturday night, to finish the season at 11-2.
Meyer is unlikely to ever coach in the NFL again. When it comes to college, anything is possible once enough time has passed by.