Ohio State Player Gives Urban Meyer a Taste of His Own Medicine, Blocks Car In

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistAugust 4, 2015

Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer recently got a taste of his own medicine when he allegedly took one of his player's parking spots.

Earlier this summer, Buckeyes running back Warren Ball Jr. tweeted out a picture of what happens when somebody parks in Meyer's spot. That person wasn't able to leave until the coach left.

Now, it appears the tables have turned.

On Tuesday, senior offensive lineman Taylor Decker tweeted a picture of Meyer allegedly parked in Buckeyes senior center Jacoby Boren's spot. To teach his coach a lesson, Boren retaliated by blocking in Meyer's car with his truck.

Classic.

In the picture, Boren is still in the truck, so it's possible he moved his vehicle after posing for the photo. For his sake, here's hoping that's what he did. 

[Taylor Decker]

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