Corch, doing it for the kids

Everybody needs a hobby.

Former Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer is joining the board of a nonprofit that will pay Buckeyes football and basketball players to work with charities.

Meyer will serve on the board of THE Foundation, an organization co-founded by Brian Schottenstein, a Columbus real estate developer and Ohio State booster, and Cardale Jones, the former national championship-winning quarterback for the Buckeyes. It launches at the end of this month.

“There isn’t a better person to have on the board than Coach Urban Meyer,” Schottenstein said. “It goes without saying that he’s one of the greatest recruiters of student-athletes and coaches of all time. I appreciate his support and friendship.”

Definitely a go-to guy for mentoring.  Maybe they can bring in Zach Smith while they’re at it and get the band back together.



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39 responses to “Corch, doing it for the kids

  1. fisheriesdawg

    It’s too bad Aaron Hernandez is unavailable.

    Liked by 8 people

  2. stoopnagle

    Ohio is the worst

    Liked by 5 people

  3. THE Foundation is THE dumbest name I’ve ever heard.

    I’m sure the first thing they will be doing is holding sessions on the proper treatment of women.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. practicaldawg

    Maybe he can arrange for kids in his program to meet with some of the convicted felons he recruited at Florida so they learn from their mistakes

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Dawgfan1995

    Art Briles is still looking for a job too, I’ve heard.

    Liked by 7 people

  6. Hogbody Spradlin

    Oh gag a maggot.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Corch Meyer, a bastion of morality and integrity…friggin autocorrect, I meant Bastard

    Liked by 3 people

  8. artistformerlyknownasbman

    Art Schlichter was recently released from THE state penitentiary, so maybe he could provide money management tips.

    Liked by 15 people

  9. Ran A

    Such a bad guy. But OSU loves him. Just blows my mind.


  10. Hogbody Spradlin

    They call him Urbz. He’s just a regular guy, Urbz.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. 79dawg

    Are free lap dances at Urbs’ restaurant “impermissible benefits” for recruits?

    Liked by 2 people

  12. NotMyCrossToBear

    Why would his ability to recruit matter? I thought NIL wasn’t about recruiting.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. lincolndawg

    If you have to be paid to work for charity, is it really charity?

    Liked by 2 people

  14. And the scrubdown of Urban’s rep begins. Just in time for him to be announced as Auburn’s new head coach on November 29.


    • theotherdoug

      Urban won’t go somewhere like Auburn where he has to play a lot of tough competition. Clemson is the perfect fit.


      • godawgs1701

        Clemson isn’t nearly dirty enough for Urban Meyer. Auburn has everything he’d ever want in terms of culture, they just don’t have the players. If Harsin ever manages to put together a roster, watch for Urban to pop up.


        • classiccitycanine

          He’s not going to Clemson because he doesn’t fit their culture and he’s not going to Auburn because he doesn’t want to play tough competition.


  15. godawgs1701

    if there’s anybody who knows about getting money to college athletes and pushing the boundaries of NCAA rules, it’s Urban Meyer.

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  16. D.N. Nation

    I mean, from 10,000 feet away, this seems fine and noble and a good idea, but because it’s Urban, it’ll most certainly be a front for all sorts of malfeasance that he and his baffling supporters will scrub all mention of in a year or so.

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  17. theoriginalspike

    I wonder if THE Maurice Clarett is available?


  18. ApalachDawg aux Bruxelles

    Could Urbz pop up at Texas when Sark gets canned?
    Here is a scary one…FSU?


  19. 79dawg

    We had a (pretty recent) former player arrested for murder yesterday, but enjoy saddling up those high horses everyone….


  20. uga97

    Bad cultures that can spawn together in a petri dish