Look At Washington State's Mike Leach Offering Urban Meyer A Job
Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
It's only been a day or so since Urban Meyer announced his retirement from Ohio State after the Rose Bowl and already he's got one job offer. It comes from none other than our favorite Pac 12 coach, Washington State's Mike Leach, who is also one of Meyer's good buddies...

Here's why Meyer admires Leach, per Yahoo Sports...

Meyer went on to joke he wished he could be more like coaches who can separate winning and losing from their daily lives. “That’s why I admire coaches who can just move on,” he said. “Mike Leach is my hero. First of all, I love him. We’re great friends. But he’s my absolute hero.” Meyer defined the difference between he and Leach this way: “I’m paranoid about everything.”

Those close to Meyer are genuinely curious how he’ll handle the transition from compulsive worker to retirement, the word both Meyer and Ohio State used in the press release. From his boss, Gene Smith, to his close friend and longtime strength coach, Mickey
Marotti, there’s a fundamental concern of where that singular focus will be directed.

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Mike Leach's Twitter account is 2nd to only Trump. Hilarious.
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We should all strive to handle life the way Leach does. He's got it figured out.
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Yea I could say frick it real easy with a few million in the bank..
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Yea but he was saying frick it long before the money rolled in. Dude is a legend
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Schedule the citadel
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Well OSU did play both Army and Tulane.
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