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It took an emotional team meeting, a sleepless night and about an hour of practice for coach Urban Meyer to change his mind about resigning at Florida.
With his health and his family still major concerns, Meyer withdrew his resignation Sunday and decided instead to take an indefinite leave of absence. He will coach the fifth-ranked Gators in the Sugar Bowl against No. 4 Cincinnati on Jan. 1, then take some time off in hopes of alleviating recurring chest pains.
The road to the national title game has run through the Southeastern Conference recently.
So while perfection would be nice for Tim Tebow and Florida, it’s not necessarily necessary. And the Gators know it.
By JOHN ZENOR , AP Sports Writer
, August 12, 2009
Florida coach Urban Meyer has two national championships in the last three years and the same number of raises.
Meyer signed a six-year contract Monday worth $4 million annually, up from $3.25 million, after leading the Gators to national title in January.
Tim Tebow gave Florida the jolt it needed, and the Gators toughed out a second BCS title in three years.
Their 24-14 win over No. 2 Oklahoma in a choppy, sloppy affair Thursday night made them a national champion. But it likely did little to quiet fans of Southern California, Utah and Texas, all of whom already claimed the top spot.
That logjam at the top of the rankings wasn’t so hard to figure out.
Nobody dominated the last two months of college football like Oklahoma and Florida. Every poll and pretty much everyone outside of Texas agreed on that.
No surprise, then, that the Gators and Sooners were the easy picks despite having one loss each. This pair of power programs with Heisman-worthy quarterbacks and 12-1 records will meet Jan. 8 in Miami for the BCS national championship.
By EDDIE PELLS, AP National Writer
, December 08, 2008
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