Urban Meyer’s Daughter Takes Shots at the Media After Her Dad Was Fired

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SJ - December 16, 2021

Urban Meyer's firing from the Jaguars hasn't been well received within his family, at least not by his daughter Gigi.  She took to her Instagram story to respond to the news and take shots at the media.

She isn't happy with the way her father's been portrayed.  This isn't the Meyer family's first time going at it with the media and judging by Gigi's comments it won't be the last.

The Meyer family versus the world continues and it may never end.  I doubt we'll see him in the NFL again, but don't be surprised if he lands a big time job in College Football in the next couple of years.


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  • Good for you, man says:

    I dunno, forcing the family to do anything isn’t cool. That ain’t new, baby. I mean, forcing them into pictures with him as the only way he’s able to enjoy a moment speaks to some pissible undiagnosed malignant narcissism on Daddy Dearest’s part, no?

    Stockholm’s gripped that poor little girl. You can hear it in her ravings. I really hope that family gets the help they need and fat, far away from Coach.

    Yeah, no, I don’t mean that but someone’s going to try and say it later & they’ll mean it and now they’ll look like copycat douche bags. One troll at a time. Let a girl defend her dad even if he might be a d*ck.

  • Good for you, man says:

    Possible edit, please! “pissible undiagnosed”. It’s totally diagnosed! No, kidding I’m looking at ‘pissible’ to possible, possibly. I won’t post again. This is why I can’t have nice things.

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