Urban Meyer Tweets Message For Ohio State Fans After Final Game

first_imgohio state head coach urban meyer after his final gamePASADENA, CA – JANUARY 01: Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer celebrates winning the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2019 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)Urban Meyer has coached his final game with the Ohio State Buckeyes, who sent the head coach out on top with a win over Washington in the Rose Bowl.The three-time national title-winning head coach isn’t going away – he’s taking an assistant athletic director role and will be teaching a class – but he’ll no longer be patrolling the Ohio Stadium sidelines.Meyer, who’s constantly praised Ohio State fans throughout his tenure as head coach, had one more message for Buckeye Nation tonight.The now-former Buckeyes’ head coach took to Twitter to issue a message.“Thank you Buckeye Nation!!!!!!  The Best Damn Fans In The Land!!!” he tweeted.Thank you Buckeye Nation!!!!!! ? The Best Damn Fans In The Land!!! pic.twitter.com/DAe3eewyT6— Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) January 2, 2019Meyer leaves Ohio State as one of the greatest head coaches in the history of college football.The former Buckeyes’ head coach will certainly be missed.It’s now Ryan Day’s time in Columbus.last_img read more

Amazon announces new jobs as it expands Toronto office

Amazon says it will create 600 new tech jobs in Toronto.The announcement comes as the company opened an expanded office in the city’s downtown core Tuesday.The online retail giant says the new positions will be in fields including software development, machine learning and cloud computing.According to Amazon, it currently has more than 800 corporate employees in Toronto.Premier Doug Ford attended the opening, saying his government has been busy making sure the province is “open for business.”“We’re creating an environment for companies to thrive here in Ontario and be prosperous here in Ontario,”  said Ford.Toronto was on the shortlist to host Amazon’s second headquarters but eventually lost out to New York City and Arlington, Virginia.The headquarters would have landed 50,000 Amazon jobs.