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Urban Meyer is one of the most decorated college football coaches in recent memory and has built a winning program at each and every stop he's made in his career. 

Yet, Ohio State just might be his final stop.

According to Fox Sports' Colin Cowherd, "two separate sources" have said that Meyer intends to retire from coaching once Ohio State's 2018 season is over, citing a fissure between Meyer and the administration as one of the main factors. 

Retirement rumors shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone at this point. Meyer's future with the Ohio State football program has been called into question several times throughout the season.

No. 10 Ohio State's season will be on the line this season when they take on No. 4 Michigan in the 115th edition of "The Game." A victory over the Wolverines will see the Buckeyes through to the Big Ten Championship Game and give them outside shot at a Collge Football Playoff berth. 

A loss, on the other hand, would end their CFP hopes and maybe, just maybe, Meyer's coaching career.

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