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Urban Meyer’s daughter calls out ESPN
Posted by John Taylor msnbc.com

Memo to current ESPN analyst and former Florida head coach Urban Meyer: you might want to have a little sit-down with your children when it comes to social media and what they decide to put out there for public consumption.
Last week, one of Meyer’s daughters went all “OMG!!! WTF!!! LOL!!!” on rumors that her dad was bound for Columbus in 2012. Thursday, it appears Meyer’s other daughter has taken issue with her father’s current employer.
In a tweet posted on her Twitter account Wednesday night, Gisela “Gigi” Meyer — Urban’s middle child — made it perfectly clear that her father is not spending an acceptable amount of time with the family due to his current, non-coaching job.
On January 1 of this year, shortly before Meyer coached his final game as UF’s head coach, Gigi Meyer posted the following tweet, which was eerily reminiscent of her older sister’s reaction to their father’s first “retirement”:
When Meyer stepped down — again — as UF’s head coach Dec. 8, 2010, his now-former school released a statement on his behalf. Here are the first two paragraphs from that official release:
“I have been a Division I football coach for the last 25 years and, during that time, my primary focus has been helping my teams win titles. I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it, and I am a fierce competitor to my core. At this time in my life, however, I appreciate the sacrifices my 24/7 profession has demanded of me, and I know it is time to put my focus on my family and life away from the field. The decision to step down was a difficult one.
“But after spending more than two decades motivating and celebrating the young men I’ve been so proud to coach, I relish the opportunity to cheer for my three terrific kids as they compete in their own respective sports. I know how fortunate I am to be in a position to make this choice and to have a family that is as loving and supportive as my amazing wife and children have always been.”
Apparently, based on that tweet noted above, at least one family member feels that daddy ain’t holding up his end of the retirement bargain to their satisfaction.






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Boise State smacks itself over NCAA violations
Tuesday brought word of Boise State’s response to an NCAA inquiry that alleged violations committed by five of its sports, including its flagship football program.
Wednesday we learn by way of the Idaho Statesman that the school has slapped itself on the wrist rather hard in the hopes of appeasing the NCAA henchmen.
According to the Statesman, BSU has self-imposed sanctions that include three fewer preseason practices — going from 29 to 26 ahead of the season opener against Michigan State — as well as stripping themselves of three football scholarships over the next two years. Additionally, the paper writes, the school issued a letter of education to football coach Chris Petersen and his coaching staff.
The secondary violations, which were initially found by BSU’s compliance staff and self-reported to the NCAA, stems from 63 incoming players receiving impermissible benefits that totaled just over $4,900. The benefits involved, the school stated in its official response to the NCAA inquiry, “impermissible housing, transportation or meals, where an incoming student-athlete was provided a place to sleep (often on a couch or floor), a car ride or was provided free food by an existing student-athlete.”
The “services” rendered ranged from $2.34 to $417.55. All $4,934 has been reimbursed by the five dozen or so players involved.
“I definitely think it was a misunderstanding on the part of the coaches. They didn’t realize those were even violations,” Boise State President Bob Kustra said.
“We’ll talk to the coaches about this. You can’t do anything without first asking a question of the compliance officer as to whether or not it’s permissible under NCAA rules. We can’t make assumptions anymore, given the technicalities of the NCAA rules.”

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