Since retiring* from coaching, former Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has rediscovered his niche within the television world. Regardless of your feelings toward Meyer, he is pretty good at talking about and breaking down college football in an interesting way.
In this recent segment with the Big Ten Network, Meyer sat alongside BTN's Gerry DiNardo to take a look back at what made Trace McSorley one of the most feared players in the Big Ten. Meyer also reminds us that McSorley was one of the players that he, as a coach, most feared.
After a bit of McSorley talk, Meyer talks about what Sean Clifford needs to do to step into McSorley's role, as well as his experience trying to recruit Clifford to play for Ohio State.
This is an expanded version of our story from last weekend.