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Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer always has a knack for delivering in the clutch. In fact, his 11-3 mark all-time in bowl games is why they're in such a fantastic spot against the Washington Huskies in Tuesday's Rose Bowl.
Urban Meyer has a remarkable 11-3 record in bowl games as a head coach. Two of the three losses have been to @ClemsonFB.— Brian Hennessy (@Brian_ClemsonAC) December 4, 2018
2013 Season - Orange Bowl
2016 Season - Fiesta Bowl
This also marks the final time Meyer will be coaching Ohio State, giving them even more incentive to pound Huskies. He will finish with an extensive resume, most notably, reaching that illustrious 50-win mark in only four seasons as head coach for the Buckeyes.
Urban Meyer in 4 years at Ohio State:— Sports Nation Ohio (@SN_Ohio) January 1, 2016
• 50-4 record
• B1G Title
• A Sugar Bowl
• 4-0 vs Michigan
• A Fiesta Bowl
• A National Championship
Meyer hasn't only done well at Ohio State, he has been successful at all of his stops along the way at Bowling Green State, Utah and Florida as well. And that's just further evidence that Meyer is one of the greatest college football coaches of all-time.
If Urban Meyer wins the Rose Bowl, his record will be 83-9, 10 games better than the ‘16 Golden St Warriors regular season and a 3-1 Finals blown lead— CleWest (@erjmanlasvegas) December 4, 2018
Buckeyes' fans can look back on Meyer's career at a later time, but they would love to close out their season with a Rose Bowl victory. With Meyer at the helm, Ohio State has a great chance of doing just that.
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