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I-A COACH OF THE YEAR FINALISTSby: Richard Scott
© February 2005
With two strong seasons at Bowling Green and two more extraordinary seasons at Utah, Meyer’s immediate success as a head coach led to two more head coaching offers from two major powers this fall, with Meyer eventually picking Florida over Notre Dame.
That’s what happens when you go 38-8 in your first four seasons as a head coach. After 15 seasons as an assistant coach at Ohio State, Illinois State, Colorado State and Notre Dame, Meyer engineered the top turnaround in NCAA Division I-A football with a six-win improvement in his first season at BGSU in 2001. He followed that with a 9-3 record and a move to Utah, where a 10-2 record tied for the best record in school history.
Meyer, 40, and the Utes climbed to yet another level in 2004, going 11-0,....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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