What's not to like about Urban Meyer? The appointed savior of the Jacksonville Jaguars football team won more than 85 percent of his games during an illustrious 17-year college-coaching career. He's come a long way since Bowling Green -- and made a lot of green on his way to Jacksonville.
Miami Hurricanes linebacker Zach McCloud was once a member of the hard-hitting trio that made headlines nationally in 2016 as the only starting linebacker corps to play together as true freshmen.
Back in 2007, Petrino lasted all of 13 games with the Atlanta Falcons, winning just three times before he slinked back to college in the middle of the night, leaving behind nothing more than a form letter for his abandoned players. As Petrino and so many others have learned, Meyer can't just pick up with the Jaguars where he he left off at Ohio State after one of the most successful coaching careers in college football history.