This Is What Happens When A Walk-On Transfer Kicker Parks In Urban Meyer’s Spot

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Nice Move

Do you feel bad for the poor soul who parked in Urban Meyer’s spot at the football facilities on Ohio State’s campus? Meyer doesn’t. The second most popular man in the state of Ohio opted to teach the accused a lesson — blocking him in until he leaves for the day.

The alleged owner of the Jeep is walk-on Duke transfer kicker Jack Willoughby. Meyer sometimes works 18 hour days in the summer, so Willoughby better get comfortable. He probably isn’t going home for a while.

What is the bigger power move here? I’m having trouble deciding. Something inside me so badly wants to believe that Willoughby made the conscious decision to park in Meyer’s spot as a message to Meyer and the rest of the team that he is not to be fucked with. On the other hand, if it was a simple mistake, Meyer pulled a magnificent power move by just leaving his car right behind that POS Cherokee. Sure, it makes driving through the parking lot a little less convenient for everyone else, but will a ballsy tow truck driver dare touch Meyer’s nice ass Mercedes? Not a chance.

I can guarantee you one thing: Meyer knows who Willoughby is now.


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