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Urban Meyer Has Already Received 1 Retirement Job Offer

first_imgA closeup of Urban Meyer during an Ohio State football game.GLENDALE, AZ – JANUARY 01: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes on the sidelines during the BattleFrog Fiesta Bowl against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at University of Phoenix Stadium on January 1, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has already received one job offer for his retirement, which will begin on Jan. 2 following the Buckeyes’ Rose Bowl.The job offer is from Washington State head coach Mike Leach.Leach, a good friend of the Ohio State head coach, will be teaching a class at Washington State. He wants Meyer to join him.“Urban, come help me teach a class next semester,” Leach tweeted.Urban, come help me teach a class next semester. Meyer unsure of what the future will bring https://t.co/TK3ngQVDuO via @YahooSports— Mike Leach (@Coach_Leach) December 5, 2018Will Meyer be joining him? It’d be pretty cool for Washington State students if that was the case.Meyer explained to Yahoo! Sports’ Pete Thamel why he admires Leach:Meyer went on to joke he wished he could be more like coaches who can separate winning and losing from their daily lives. “That’s why I admire coaches who can just move on,” he said. “Mike Leach is my hero. First of all, I love him. We’re great friends. But he’s my absolute hero.” Meyer defined the difference between he and Leach this way: “I’m paranoid about everything.”Those close to Meyer are genuinely curious how he’ll handle the transition from compulsive worker to retirement, the word both Meyer and Ohio State used in the press release. From his boss, Gene Smith, to his close friend and longtime strength coach, Mickey Marotti, there’s a fundamental concern of where that singular focus will be directed.More job offers are likely to come for Meyer, but he’s got at least one in the bank already.last_img read more

OSI to Provide In-Service-Support for the Royal …

first_imgzoom OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) has signed a contract to provide in-service-support for its ECPINS-W Sub software. The software is in service across the Royal Australian Navy fleet.Under the terms of this contract, OSI will provide software upgrades and engineering support services over the next three years.OSI has been supporting the Royal Australian Navy warship integrated navigation system requirements since 2004. This recent contract confirms their on-going commitment to the Company’s technology.OSI, January 31, 2014last_img

David Davis and Michel Barnier kick off Brexit talks with an exchange of

first_img“You have to learn to put one foot in front of the other, because sometimes you are on a steep and rocky path. You also have to look at what accidents might befall you – falling rocks.”You have to be very careful to keep your breath, you have to have stamina because it could be a lengthy path. And you have to keep looking at the summit, the outcome. That’s what I learnt when mountain-walking.” First formal meeting between @EU_Commission and @DExEUgov. #Brexit #hiking pic.twitter.com/qDRF3OLTSu— European Commission (@EU_Commission) June 19, 2017 Our manifesto: Real political insight, free for 30 days.Rely on unrivalled insight and sharp analysis from our stellar team of Westminster insiders.Join the most trusted voice in politics. Follow Election 2017 with Telegraph Premium.Start your no obligation, 30 day free trial today. David Davis and Michel Barnier have kicked off the Brexit talks with an exchange of hiking-related gifts.The Brexit Secretary gave Brussels’ chief negotiator a rare book on mountaineering- a French language version of Regards vers l’Annapurna, signed by one of the two authors.Mr Barnier presented Mr Davis with a hiking stick a traditional carved wood walking stick from his home region of Savoie.  A UK source said: “Both gifts reflected their shared love of climbing and mountaineering.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Speaking after meeting the Prime Minister in May, Mr Barnier said it had been an opportunity for them to discuss their “shared passion” of rambling and hiking in the mountains.And in a barely-veiled warning to Theresa May, he drew a parallel between the perils of mountain-walking and the negotiations ahead of her.”If you like walking in the mountains, you have to learn a certain number of rules,” he said.last_img read more