Didn't see this in the Urban Meyer photo rant thread.
I thought this article was hillarious. It talks about Meyer at the Sound Mind Sound Body Academy, and how he thinks its unfair that high school kids have to pay to travel and visit Universities. (emphasis mine)
"It is one of the problems I have now with collegiate athletics. It's almost anti-student-athlete where they have to come to us for camp," Meyer said. "How many kids can afford to fly or drive that far?
The article makes it seem that Urban is seeing how difficult it is to get his Florida kids up to Ohio to visit. I dont recall him ever having this complaint when he was at Florida, though honestly I didn't follow him that closely then.
I also thought this excerpt was interesting:
When Meyer first heard about the camp, he actually went to his compliance office at Ohio State because he couldn't believe it was allowed under NCAA rules. Compliance told him it was, so he showed up along with the majority of his coaching staff.
Makes it seem as though he was going to try and call the NCAA on Hoke and Co, but then decided to join instead and take advantage of seeing some of these kids in person.