Urban Meyer might not be on the sidelines this year for Ohio State, but he's still winning against Michigan.
The former Buckeyes head coach is set to open a restaurant in Dayton later this month. One of the items on the restaurant's menu caught the attention of the national media on Thursday.
Meyer's restaurant will serve a "7-0" beer that celebrates his undefeated record against the Wolverines.
According to a local ABC affiliate, the beer is one of 50 on tap at the restaurant.
The establishment will feature two main bars, more than 50 beer selections, as well as 22 oz commemorative Coach Meyer Stadium Cups. One of the 50 beer selections includes the '7-0' Kolsch-style beer, being developed in partnership with Land Grant Brewing. The beer's name pays homage to Coach Meyer's seven victories over Michigan while the head coach of Ohio State.
Meyer dominated Brady Hoke and then Jim Harbaugh during his coaching career. Now it seems Michigan can't escape Meyer's hold on the team.
The restaurant is set to open on September 27 before the Buckeyes game against Nebraska in Lincoln. We're sure there will be plenty of Ohio State fans with full glasses of "7-0" come this fall.
Meanwhile, Michigan and Ohio State are set for a November 30 showdown.