Urban Meyer Tells Mack Brown That Health Was 'Total Reason' Behind Retirement Decision

Prior to Ohio State's announcement that football coach Urban Meyer will retire after the Rose Bowl, he called new North Carolina coach Mack Brown to explain his decision. Meyer reached out to Brown and said health was the "total reason" for moving on from the Buckeyes. In October he told reporters that he has an arachnoid cyst in his brain, which causes frequent headaches. (Sports Illustrated)

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