If you missed it, Urban Meyer is on location in Miami at the site of college football's championship game to do some free ESPN-sponsored promo work for the Ohio State football program in the form of serving as a pregame/post-game analyst for College Gameday.
On what the difference for Kelly and Saban in this one, Meyer said, "there's a big difference. The first time around, you're just wondering if you really belong. Are your players good enough, is your staff good enough, where's the training table, where's the meals at? You're just not sure what's going on."
"The second time around, we had a lot of the same players like Alabama does right now in the game, they know everything that's going on, they know they belong, so it's a big difference. I'm not sure what's better though. There's a stat out there right now...seven first year coaches in the game. They're 7-1 in eight games."
We'll forgive Coach Meyer's math, but definitely got the gist of what he was trying to say. Tune into TWWL's coverage tonight for more Meyer on Saban, Kelly, and the events that unfold.