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American football coach
Born: July 10, 1964 (age 57 years), Toledo, Ohio, United States
Spouse: Shelley Mather Meyer (m. 1986)
College: Cincinnati

Past teams coached: Jacksonville Jaguars (Head coach, since 2021)
Children: Nathan Meyer, Gisela Meyer, Nicole Meyer
Parents: Bud Meyer, Gisela Meyer
Siblings: Gigi Escoe, Erika Meyer Judd

Full Name Urban Frank Meyer III
Birth Date July 10, 1964
Birth Place Toledo, Ohio
Nick Name Not known

Religion Roman Catholic
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Education University of Cincinnati (BA), Ohio State University (MS)

Horoscope Cancer
Father’s Name Bud Meyer
Mother’s Name Gisela Meyer
Siblings Gigi Escoe, Erika Meyer Judd

Height 6 ft. 3 in. (1.9m)
Weight 74 kg(163 lb)
Shoe Size Not Known
Hair Color Black

Eye Color Dark Brown
High School Ashtabula’s Saint John High School
Build Athlete
Married Shelley Mather

Children Nicole (Nick), Gisela (Gigi), and Nathan (Nate)
Position Assistant athletics director/ Defensive back
Profession Coach/ former player
Works at Ohio State Buckeyes

Association NCCA
Active Since 1984

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While studying at Cincinnati, Meyer met Shelley Mather, a freshman nursing student, at Sigma Chi’s Derby Days philanthropy event and they married in 1986.

The Meyers have three children: Nicole (“Nicki”), Gisela (“Gigi”) and Nathan (“Nate”).

His two daughters played Division I volleyball: Nicki played for Georgia Tech and Gigi played for Florida Gulf Coast.

He is a practicing Roman Catholic. Meyer resides in Jacksonville, Florida.

Urban Meyer was one of the SEC’s most successful coaches during the BCS era, leading the Florida Gators to a pair of national titles in 2006 and 2008.

In six seasons at Florida from 2005-2010 he racked up a cumulative record of 65-15, never winning fewer than eight games in any season.

He was 5-1 in bowl games as head coach of the Gators, and also coached quarterback Tim Tebow to a Heisman Trophy in 2007.

Meyer took a brief leave of absence from Florida after the 2009 season due to a health scare related to stress, but returned prior to the start of the 2010 season.

Following that season, however, he infamously left Florida to spend more time with his family.

He spent one year working as an analyst at ESPN before accepting the head coaching job at the Ohio State University after the 2011 season.

Meyer won 24 of 26 games in his first two seasons with the Buckeyes and his teams were crowned Big 10 Leaders Division champions both years.

After more than 15 years as an assistant coach, Meyer accepted his first head coaching job at Bowling Green in 2001 and spent two years coaching the Falcons.

Prior to arriving at Florida he coached for two years at Utah, and his 2004 Utes team became the first team from outside a BCS conference to reach a BCS bowl game, topping Pittsburgh in the Fiesta Bowl.

In October 2008, coach Urban Meyer and University of Florida head basketball coach Billy Donovan were named co-chairmen of an effort to raise $50 million to support the Florida Opportunity Scholars Program.

This scholarship was designed for first-generation students that have unique needs and financial challenges.

The Florida Opportunity Scholars Program was created by President Bernie Machen in 2006, and is intended to increase the opportunities for academically prepared first-generation students.

In December 2008, Meyer and Utah football head coach Kyle Whittingham were the first people to donate money to the Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin Family Scholarship, an endowed scholarship which will benefit the Utah football program.

Meyer has come under fire in 2021 after the release of a video that showed a woman, who was not his wife, dancing close to him while his hands appeared to touch her backside.

The viral video was taken at Meyer’s bar and restaurant in Columbus, Ohio, where he went after the Jaguars’ loss to the Cincinnati Bengals rather than flying back with the team to Jacksonville.