Urban Meyer's post-retirement plans have finally been revealed, and he will continue to be employed by Ohio State.
Meyer will co-teach a course titled "Leadership and Character" in the school's Fisher College of Business alongside United States military veteran Charles Buchanan.
"Urban Meyer brings extensive leadership experience and a unique perspective to students seeking to engage with top leaders," the Fisher College of Business said in a statement, according to ESPN's Adam Rittenberg. "The course will leverage coach Meyer's professional insights, challenges, and successes, as well as the military experiences of co-instructor Lt. Col. Charles Buchanan, to help inform students as they develop their individual leadership styles."
Meyer is also expected to take on a role in the Buckeyes' athletic department as an assistant to athletic director Gene Smith.
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