Urban Meyer Hangs Out With Snoop Dogg At Super Bowl Party

Folks, Urban Meyer is living his absolute best life in retirement.

Just a month after coaching in his final game, Meyer was spotted at a Super Bowl party in Atlanta last night hanging out with who else but the D.O. double G., Snoop Dogg.

Guys, I didn’t realize how much I needed this #content in my life until it happened. Thank you so much to my girl Charlotte Wilder at Sports Illustrated for documenting this team-up of titans in their respective industries.

Meyer and Snoop even got a picture at the DJ booth of the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party that the two were attending while California Love blasted throughout the venue.

If Urban Meyer was still the head coach at Ohio State, the Buckeyes would be using this as recruiting material for at least the next three years, if not for all of eternity.

The only thing that could have made this better and sent me into #content heaven is if Snoop Dogg somehow convinced Urbs to get up on stage with him and sing Gin And Juice.

I know that that’s probably out of the question as well as my next suggestion, but if Snoop also would’ve gotten Urban to light up a blunt at the party, that would’ve sent all of Buckeye Nation over the moon and it would’ve put me into a #content coma from the incredibleness.

I kind of like to imagine that Urban was talking shit to Snoop about how Ohio State beat down on his beloved USC Trojans in the Cotton Bowl last season.

In all actuality, Snoop was probably trying to recruit Urbs to come to USC to turn the program around after all the jokes and speculation that Meyer would be taking the USC job a year into his retirement after Clay Helton gets fired.

I don’t see any of the aforementioned things happening at all, but a girl can dream, right?

One thing is for certain though, and that is that retirement ain’t nuthin’ but a G thang for Urban Meyer, baby.


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