The announcement that Urban Meyer is (again) stepping down as the head coach of the Florida Gators does not have that shock value that the the first announcement did almost a year ago.
Meyer produced a less than stellar product this year in Gainesville, and, for him, that was completely out of character. We're used to Meyer putting top-notch teams on the playing field despite what troubles can come at him off of it.
After the lull in success that followed the Steve Spurrier era at Florida, Meyer returned the program to among the best in the nation; everyone knows about the two national championships in three years and that he was a game away (2009) from doing it again.
The question is now: Which coach will succeed him at the helm of the Gator program, a coach who will keep Florida where Meyer has brought them?
This slide show looks at some possible candidates who could do just that.