Urban Meyer may no longer be Ohio State’s head coach, and he’s been floated for a number of major jobs across the country. We obviously don’t know how much legitimacy there is to those rumors, but he remains very invested in the Buckeyes.
Obviously, he has what amounts to a hand-picked successor currently thriving in Columbus, in Ryan Day. He’s also laid down business roots in the area.
Last month, the Meyer family opened “Urban Meyer’s Pint House,” a sports bar in Dublin, Ohio. With the restaurant has come ample opportunities for pot-shots at Michigan.
Among the beer selections available at the restaurant is the “7-0” Kolsch, brewed by nearby Land Grant Brewing. That is, of course, a reference to his record vs. the Wolverines during his Ohio State run.
This week, Shelley Meyer, who continues to ‘X’ out the ‘M’ in Meyer on Twitter, unveiled a new piece of wall art for the restaurant: a poster showing Michigan fans the door.
— Shelley ❌eyer (@spinnershells) October 22, 2019
At first, it wasn’t clear whether this was the door to the restaurant as a hole, but nope, it is actually for the restrooms.
— Andrew Koziel (@OldNumba7) October 23, 2019
That is quite the touch.
Obviously, I’m sure that the Meyers would be happy to take Michigan fans’ money. I don’t know how many members of the Wolverines faithful would choose this particular sports bar to eat at if they’re passing through Ohio, but I’m sure it happens.