In the video, Meyer threatens Fowler's access because he -- wait for it -- correctly quoted one of Meyer's players.
On Monday, Fowler had spoken with wide receiver Deonte Thompson on the differences between the departed Tebow and the man who will fill his role, John Brantley.
"You never know with Tim," Thompson said. "You can bolt, you think he's running but he'll come up and pass it to you. You just have to be ready at all times. With Brantley, everything's with rhythm, time. You know what I mean, a real quarterback."
Meyer, apparently, was not a fan.
"You'll be out of practice -- you understand that? -- if you do that again," he said to Fowler. "I told you five years ago: Don't mess with our players. Don't do it. You did it. You do it one more time and the Orlando Sentinel's not welcome here ever again. Is that clear? It's yes or no."
He didn't stop there, threatening hypothetical violence.
"If that was my son, we'd be going rounds,'' Meyer said.
You'll remember that Urban Meyer intended to resign after the Gators' appearance in the Sugar Bowl last season, then decided instead to take a leave of absence in an effort to keep his stress levels down.
Just a thought, but berating a reporter probably isn't the best way to do that.
Admittedly, we don't have the total history here, but at first glance, Meyer comes off looking a little silly going after a reporter for reporting things correctly.