Ohio State Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer has essentially become the Samuel L. Jackson of the football community. Instead of having enough of “these mother {bleeping} snakes on this mother {bleeping} plane,” he's sick of coaches making excuses.

Mostly, he's triggered with Tom Herman at Texas and Will Muschamp, formerly at Florida and now at South Carolina.

Urban Meyer pointed to several postgame pressers from college coaches this week, but it appears that Herman's “pixie dust” rant irked him a bit.

Here's Herman's full quote:

“If we all thought that we were going to come in here and in nine months sprinkle some fairy dust on this team and think that we've arrived then we're wrong.”

The Ohio State coach believes that's not an ideal tactic.

“Players read that,” Meyer said to CBS in a wonderfully written column.

As far as Muschamp essentially claiming that he was lefty an empty cabinet at Florida by Urban Meyer. Well, the latter is calling BS.

“You had Jeff Driskel, Chris Rainey, Jeff Demps, that whole defense got drafted,” Meyer pointed out.

Here comes the kicker, as Meyer likely endeared himself to many college football fans who are sick of coaches blaming other coaches or the players on their own rosters:

“That's like, when I got here, everybody wanted me to say Jim Tressel left the cupboard bare,” Meyer continued. “If I heard any assistant coach [say that], they'd be gone. You're done.

“Those are your players. I hear TV guys [say], ‘Wait until they get their own players in there.' They're our players. What do you mean ‘their players?' The minute you sign a contract, they're your players.

“You didn't choose me, I chose you. You're mine, absolutely. I love you, and I'm going to kick the shit out of you, and we're going to do it right …

“[Blaming players] drives me insane.”

I don't know about you, but I like Urban Meyer and Ohio State just a little more today than I did yesterday.