Urban Meyer’s Son-In-Law Takes Big Ten Toughness Down To The SEC With New Coaching Job … How Bright Is His Future??

In a move that signals a significant shift in his coaching career, Corey Dennis, known for his tenure as the quarterbacks coach at Ohio State, is headed to the SEC. 

Besides his offensive mind, the 31-year-old Dennis is well known for being legendary coach Urban Meyer’s son-in-law, having married his daughter Nicki.

Dennis is set to join the coaching staff at Ole Miss in an analyst role, under the leadership of head coach Lane Kiffin.

Dennis, who played a pivotal role in shaping the careers of notable quarterbacks such as Dwayne Haskins, Justin Fields, and C.J. Stroud during his time at Ohio State, will now head back down south. 

The announcement was first reported by On3, detailing Dennis’s new position as an analyst for the Rebels.

His extensive experience, spanning nine years with the Buckeyes and four years specifically as the quarterbacks coach under Ryan Day, positions him as a valuable addition to Kiffin’s coaching staff.

Dennis’s move to Ole Miss follows his departure from Ohio State, where he was not retained by Day during the offseason.

Initially slated to join the coaching staff at the University of Utah, Dennis opted for a pivot in his career trajectory, ultimately choosing to join Kiffin in Oxford.

The timing of Dennis’s arrival at Ole Miss coincides with sky-high expectations for the Rebels as they enter the 2024 season.

With one of the best transfer classes in the land and the majority of their key players returning (except for running back Quinshon Judkins who ironically transferred to the Buckeyes), Ole Miss is looked upon as a legitimate national championship contender. 

Speaking of which, do you buy the Rebs as true title contenders?

As far as Corey’s famous father-in-law, do you think we’ll ever see him coaching again?

Would he be able to adapt to this new Wild Wild West world of college football???