Meyer Takes "Extended Leave of Absence" Rather Than Resign
It was a change of heart reminiscent of Billy Donovan's about-face in 2007. A day after Urban Meyer resigned as the head coach of the Florida Gator football team, Meyer has decided to instead take an indefinite leave of absence. The move gives Meyer the flexibility to take time away from football while still leaving the door open for a possible return as the head coach. In the meantime, offensive coordinator Steve Addazio has been named the interim head coach, although Meyer will still be the head coach on the sideline for the game against Cincinnati on January 1st.
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