The Jacksonville Jaguars made a rather bold decision to hire Urban Meyer to be their head coach. Meyer had never coached at the NFL level before this, instead working his way up the college ranks to become a huge success at Florida and Ohio State before a scandal and health issues led to his Buckeyes departure in 2018.

Coaching in the NFL is different from coaching in college, and some Jaguars players apparently don’t love some of the tactics Meyer brought with him from the college game. CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco opened up on this revelation earlier in the week on The Da Show.

Via Fox News:

“He’s got to change a few things. He brought a bunch of college-like things to the program, which I don’t necessarily agree with,” Prisco said.

“And I’ve heard some of the players aren’t thrilled with him either, including having a microphone on the field – one of his assistants on the field during practice with a boom mic, telling everybody to hydrate and hustle and get to the next period,” he added.

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It’s not a huge surprise to see some pushback to Meyer’s methods, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that there’s going to be a mutiny or that he’s doomed to fail. Players having issues with how a coach runs his operation isn’t anything new.

Perhaps Meyer is really going overboard with some of this college stuff and it winds up being a big problem. However, he’ll have the opportunity to adapt his ways if things aren’t going well. He has been a great coach in his career, so he should be smart enough to figure things out.

Of course, that doesn’t always guarantee actual success on the field in the NFL either. There are a lot of factors that go into winning pro football games. Having a good quarterback is one of them, and Meyer is hoping Trevor Lawrence will be that guy for him.