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Urban Meyer talks about his "Core Values"

Urban Meyer has worked for Lou Holtz, Sonny Lubick and Bob Davie, a group he calls some of "the greatest coaches to coach this game," but as many good things as he has learned, he's also learned what he doesn't want to do.

"I coached before in a program when in the offseason you get in at 7 a.m. and watch film until 6 or 7 at night and go home," Florida's new head coach said. "I got home and looked at my wife and said, ‘Do you realize I did not see a player today? I watched film.' That's not how you win." That experience turned into one of what Meyer likes to call his "core values." The Gators' assistants watch... Recommended Stories

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