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Urban Meyer sends people to the doctor

One of the results of the health scare that briefly caused Urban Meyer to resign his position as Florida head coach in late 2009 was that Meyer ordered his staff to get their own physical check-ups. What Meyer might have not expected, however is the number of people who had their own health checked out as a reaction to his medical problems.

"I've had ridiculous amounts of correspondence or people who have, because of what happened, said, 'You know what, I'm going to get checked out,'" Meyer said. "I made our staff; it's nonnegotiable. We're going to take this day and we're going to take care of some business here."


A lot has been said and written over Meyer's health issues. It's nice to see that it resulted in some people seeing the doctor when they may not have done so in originally.

(via ESPN)


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One of the results of the health scare that briefly caused Urban Meyer to resign his position as Florida head coach in late 2009 was that Meyer ordered his staff to get their own physical check-ups. What Meyer might have not expected, however is the number of people who had their own health checked out as a reaction to his medical problems.

"I've had ridiculous amounts of correspondence or people who have, because of what happened, said, 'You know what, I'm going to get checked out,'" Meyer said. "I made our staff; it's nonnegotiable. We're going to take this day and we're going to take care of some business here."


A lot has been said and written over Meyer's health issues. It's nice to see that it resulted in some people seeing the doctor when they may not have done so in originally.

(via ESPN)


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