Urban Meyer is getting set to coach his final game for Ohio State. After the Rose Bowl, he will retire and officially hand the program over to Ryan Day.
Many have speculated that this won't the last game Meyer coaches in his life, as they expect him to return to the gridiron after some time off. For now, it looks like Urban already has a new job lined up but it isn't football-related.
Today, Meyer told WBNS-TV's Dom Tiberi that he will be sticking around Columbus after the bowl game and will teach a class at OSU's Fisher School of Business.
ABC-6's Clay Hall also reports that Meyer will do some work in development for the university.
We imagine that Meyer's class will be a popular one for students. Better sign up quickly.
In the meantime, Meyer's football finale for the Buckeyes will come on January 1 when Ohio State plays Pac-12 champion Washington in the Rose Bowl.
Kickoff is set for 5 p.m. ET on ESPN.