Not suprisingly for someone as educated and successful as him, he is disciplined and has a very well considered approach to the game. It includes breaking up the season into portions with individual goals, bowl preparation into segments, and counting down the number of days in the season. A hundred and seven days is the offical count.
Here is a summary of part one of the book: Urban Meyer considers himself "one part football coach and one part Father Flanagan, the priest of Boys Town" (p 22.)
The four staples of Urbans program are:
1) Play great defense
2) Turnovers (all coaches are requried to teach ball security the same way)
3) Score in the red zone
4) Win the kicking game
They constantly preach the phrase "four to six seconds of relentless effort"
The core values of the Gator team are:
2) Respect of Women
3) No stealing
4) No drugs
5) No weapons
"Four and five-star recruits are the lifeblood for the 'culture of winning' " (p 46).
"he followed [John Wooden's] advice that players shouldn't be treated equally, but rather rewarded for how they contributed to the team" (p 94). They have the Champions Club to reinforce that those who contribute and invest in the team are rewarded with privileges.
He also uses "battlefield promotions" by awarding scholarships to people who excel in practice on the spot. Essentially, a really bad ass play can earn you a scholarship.