JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jaguars head coach City Meyer has little interest in taking one other head-coaching job in faculty and stays dedicated to rebuilding the Jaguars, per a league supply conversant in Meyer’s considering.
The supply stated the 57-year-old coach doesn’t wish to reenter the faculty ranks at this level in his life. Faculty soccer has modified considerably with the implementation of title, picture, likeness guidelines, which weren’t in place when Meyer was teaching his last season at Ohio State (2018).
Meyer’s title has been linked to the opening at Notre Dame, thanks largely to the truth that he beforehand referred to as that his “dream job” and was courted by Notre Dame in 2005 together with Florida.
The Notre Dame job got here open Monday after LSU employed Brian Kelly, who led the Preventing Irish to a 113-40 file over the previous 11 seasons.
It isn’t the primary time this season that Meyer has been linked to an open faculty job. In the future after USC fired Clay Helton in September, Meyer stated there was “no probability” that he’d depart the NFL to grow to be the Trojans’ head coach. The college crammed that emptiness on Monday by hiring Oklahoma’s Lincoln Riley.
Meyer additionally had stated in early September that he did not miss the pains of recruiting.
Meyer is in his first season with the Jaguars (2-9), who’ve misplaced three video games in a row heading into Sunday’s sport on the Los Angeles Rams (7-4). The Jaguars, regardless of drafting quarterback Trevor Lawrence first total, have struggled on offense all season. Accidents at receiver and tight finish have harm Lawrence’s improvement, and the Jaguars are averaging 15.7 factors, which is worse than each different NFL staff besides the Houston Texans (14.9).
Meyer gained three nationwide championships and had a 187-32 faculty teaching file throughout stints at Bowling Inexperienced, Utah, Florida and Ohio State. He gained two of these titles (2006, 2008) with the Gators, whom he led to a 65-15 file in six seasons. He additionally led the Buckeyes to the 2014 nationwide title and had an 83-9 file in seven seasons in Columbus, Ohio.