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Jaguars coach Urban Meyer says “no way” he lands at USC – The Denver Post

JACKSONVILLE, Fla – Jacksonville Jaguars coach Urban Meyer has said “there is no way” he will take the vacant position in Southern California.

“I am here and determined to try to build an organization,” Meyer added.

Meyer’s name was immediately linked to USC after Trojans sacked Clay Helton on Monday. Meyer has been successful at every college stage, building winners in Bowling Green, Utah, Florida, and the state of Ohio. He won two national championships with the Gators (2006, 2008) and another with the Buckeyes (2014).

He resigned after the 2018 season and spent two years working as a college football analyst at Fox Sports. Jaguars owner Shad Khan convinced him to step back on the sidelines in an effort to deliver a consistent contender to Jacksonville.