“I can tell you out of my experience why teams don’t win championships,” Meyer said. “It’s not because of talent and it’s not because they didn’t recruit well. You’ll hear all kind of excuses, but it’s because of a lack of leadership.”Video of Meyer teaching his course was shared on social media.Check it out:“Leaders create culture. Culture drives behavior. Behavior produces results.”Excited to have @CoachUrbanMeyer teach our athletes how to Lead Like a Buckeye TONIGHT!#GoBucks | #BuckeyesLead pic.twitter.com/DvmC8BByyr— The Eugene D. Smith Leadership Institute (@EDSLInstitute) September 4, 2019In his seven season as the coach of the Buckeyes, Meyer owned an 83-9 record which included a national title.Ohio State remains in good hands on the gridiron with Ryan Day as the head coach. His team looked pretty sharp in its season opener against Florida Atlantic. PASADENA, CA – JANUARY 01: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes looks on during a play in the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2019 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)Urban Meyer is usually preparing his team for an important matchup around this time of the year. Since he’s retired from coaching, the former leader of the Ohio State football program is now getting used to his new role with the university.With his coaching career in the rearview mirror, Meyer is serving as a professor for Ohio State.The fall semester is beginning for schools all across the country. Meyer will co-teach a character and leadership course at Ohio State over the next few months.On Wednesday, Meyer spoke to his students about the importance of leadership.
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