Urban Meyer Biography

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Urban  Meyer

Quick Facts Of Urban Meyer

Celebrated Name Urban Meyer
Age 55 Years
Nick Name Urban Meyer
Birth Name Urban Frank Meyer III
Birth Date 1964-07-10
Gender Male
Profession Coach
Birth Nation United States
Place Of Birth Toledo, Ohio, United States
Nationality American
Net Worth $20 million
Salary $5.8 Million
Famous For American football coach
Wife Shelley Mather Meyer
Children Nicole Meyer, Gisela Meyer, Nathan Meyer
Position ‎Defensive back
Team ‎Ohio State

Urban Frank Meyer III, one of the popular professional football Player is simply named as Urban Meyer who is an American Football coach and former player. He is the head football coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes. The Florida University won the two BCS National Title before taking over at Ohio State University. He is a well known American celebrity. He is famous for contribution to professional life. He had been coached for Colorado State, Florida and many more. He also worked as a college football analyst on ESPN between his stints at Florida and OSU. He is a very talented coach.

Famous for

  • Popular Professional Football player and American Football Coach.
  • Head Coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Gossip and Rumors

  • Ohio State Coach Urban Meyer announces retirement

Early Life Of Urban Meyer

Passionate and enthusiastic player, Urban Meyer was born on 10th July 1964. He was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio city of U.S. He is the son of Bud Meyer and Gisela Meyer, his father and mother. His nationality is American. His astrological sign is Cancer. His ethnicity is White. His religion is Christian. At a small age, he began his career with football Coach. He went to the University of Cincinnati and graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Arts. After that, he went to Ohio State University and graduated with a degree in Sports Administration.

Career of Urban Meyer

  • Meyer took his very first head coaching job at Bowling Green in the year 2001.
  • Later, in 2003 he took the job at Utah after coaching for two years in Bowling Green.
  • Meyer was recognized as the college football coach of the year by both sportswriters and television commentators in the year 2004.
  • In the year 2005, he chose to become Florida's head coach and signed the 7-year contract with a fee of $14 Million.
  • He led the Gators to a 13–1 overall record and the BCS National Championship over Oklahoma in the year 2008.
  • Meyer announced that he would resign the team's bowl game against Cincinnati, citing health concerns on 26th December 2009. Later, he resumed on 17th March 2010.
  • Meyer accepted the head coach position at The Ohio State University on 28th November 2011.
  • In 28th November 2011, he announced to become the head coach of Ohio State Buckeyes.
  • Later, Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave by Ohio State on 1st August 2018.

Body Features of Urban Meyer

He has got a great personality. Talking about his body, his height is 1.87 m. His weight is of 74 Kg. He has a balanced body with good health. He has an attractive body figure. His smiling face and charming personality have helped him to gain the attention of all the viewers.

Affairs of Urban Meyer

Meyer is a married man with Shelley Mather Meyer, his girlfriend. He met her while studying at Cincinnati. They married in the year 1986. They seem to be very happy with each other. The couple makes public appearances together often. There is no any sign of Separation between them. They are living peacefully. They are blessed with three children named Nicole, Gisela, and Nathan. Her two daughters played Division I Volleyball, Florida Gulf Coast and his son played for Georgia Tech.

Net worth and Salary details of Urban Meyer

This excellent coach makes good money from his work. An American college football coach has a net worth of $20 million and annual salary is $5.8 million. He is satisfied with his earning.

Did You Know?

  • Urban Meyer knew about 2015 domestic violence incident involving ex-assistant
  • Title won Head coach of American football

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