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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Proof Urban Meyer Will Wind Up as Coach at Ohio State

If you were a reader of The Original MZone (respect), you probably remember The Buckstache...

We coined the term after noticing several Buckeye fans, players and players-to-be who were busted for various run-ins with the law, all while sporting an out-of-style 'stache.

 The word even made its way into the Urban Dictionary:

A mustache adorned by fans of The Ohio State University. Sporting a buckstache often leads one to a life of crime and perversion. The buckstache was made famous by the Michigan Wolverine based blog The M Zone.

Well, speaking of "Urban" (and crime and perversion), all of Columbus is hoping and praying that former Florida coach and Ohio native Urban Meyer will end up on the OSU sidelines in 2012 (Luke Fickell who?).

And judging by this picture Our Honor Defend dug up of Meyer from his days as an OSU assistant in the 80s, it appears he's a shoo in!


carl tabb said...

He looks like Ron Burgundy there.

phil said...

That could be John Holmes.

Bigasshammm said...

I don't see it happening. Not for 4-5 years at least. They may have to retain Fickell for at least 3 years to get through this mess.

Yost said...

"I'm...Urban Meyer?"

As for retaining Fickell, I don't see how you can do that if the NCAA finds out it wasn't isolated. He was on the staff and will probably have to go as well.

bigGexpress said...

The funniest part about this post is that the tUOS blog presents the buckstashe as something to be proud of.

bigGexpress said...

Not to hijack the thread, but Vancouver looks like Columbus the evening after the Michigan game.