(AP)-Urban Meyer is joining ESPN as an analyst less than two months
after he surprised the college football world by resigning from his
plum job as Florida's coach.
The network said Monday that Meyer would call one game a week
during the regular season and also serve as a studio analyst. He'll
start with Wednesday's signing day coverage.
The 46-year-old Meyer led Florida to two national titles before
resigning in December 2009, citing health concerns. That lasted
just a day; a year later, though, he left for good.
Meyer served as a guest analyst for ESPN's coverage of the BCS
title game on Jan. 10. He was 103-23 in 10 seasons at Bowling
Green, Utah and Florida.
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