Don’t mess with Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer. Meyer knows a issue or two about blocking — each on and off the gridiron.
Operating back Warren Ball Jr. tweeted out a picture on Monday showing what takes place when you park in the head coach’s spot.
What occurs when you park in Coach Meyer’s spot lol blocked in until he leaves pic.twitter.com/ujU6ufMvnX
Meyer seems to have ignored the empty spots subsequent to the silver Jeep and as an alternative opted for his usual spot, just a couple feet behind the other car or truck.
The spot doesn’t have a sign reserving it for the coach, nevertheless, Ball tweeted that Meyer parks there just about every day and it is “just a know[n] issue.”
The blocked-in Jeep donned a Duke bumper sticker, license plates from Alaska and a sticker from the Lawrence School. The puzzle pieces all began to fit with each other and the evidence all pointed straight to the new Ohio State kicker Jack Willoughby as that parking spot interloper, according to the Eleven Warriors, an independent OSU fan internet site.
Willoughby transferred from Duke and is from Princeton, New Jersey, in the very same town as the Lawrence School.
Monday’s first day of summer time workouts will probably be the Ohio State rookie’s initially and last time stealing Meyer’s parking spot.
By three:30 p.m., Eric Seger tweeted that the jeep was freed from Meyer’s textbook blocking move.
UPDATE: Urban Meyer has allowed transfer kicker Jack Willoughby to go residence. pic.twitter.com/eWH8uZkkPi
The Ohio State Athletic Department did not right away respond to ABC News’ request for comment.