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Urban Meyer to stay at Ohio State…kind of

According to reports, Urban Meyer will remain at Ohio State University but his job will have nothing to do with the football program.

Instead, Meyer has told at least one reporter that he will remain on campus as a professor.

Who knows, maybe Uncle Urban is sticking around just in case he gets an itch to coach again.

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Michigan Wolverines’ National Signing Day recap

Jim Harbaugh and the University of Michiganfootball coaching staff had a very productive national signing day run. On the first day of the early signing period, the Wolverines were able to fill up almost their entire 2019 Freshman class inking commitments with 25 recruits.

The day was marked by the biggest surprise, maybe in the country, when Daxton Hill decided to send his letter of intent to Michigan. Only 11 days ago, Daxton flipped his commitment to Michigan to Alabama, but today that all changed. Hill is a five-star safety from Oklahoma with a great pedigree. He is the younger brother of Justice Hill, the Oklahoma State running back that just declared for the NFL draft.

Other notable commitments include Zach Charbonnet (RB) and Chris Hinton (DL). Both are in the top 100 nationally and are part of a trio that should be the backbone of this 2019 class. The other major commit was Cornelius Johnson, a top 250 player that, as a wide receiver, is viewed to be the missing piece at a position that Michigan has struggled to fill in its run-heavy offense.

As it stands now, Michigan has the top-ranked recruiting class in the B1G according to multiple sources and are ranked 7th nationally according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.

To read the rest of the article into see which players signed early with Michigan, please click on the link below.

https://detroitsportsnation.com/u-of-m-news/rhansin3640/michigan-wolverines-national-signing-day-recap/12-2018/199487/

 

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