“I told our guys to never get used to this feeling," Herman said in a postgame press conference after the season-opening loss, "but that if we all thought that we were going to come in here and, in nine months, sprinkle some fairy dust on this team and think that we’ve arrived, than we’re wrong."
"C'mon man. I don't know where that came from," Meyer told CBS Sports. "It's like a new generation of excuse. [Herman] said, 'I can't rub pixie dust on this thing.' He got a dose of reality. Maryland just scored 51 points on you."
Hours after Meyer's comments were published, Herman was asked about them during a post-practice media session on Thursday.
"I don't have any. I don't have time to worry about comments made by somebody else about their program," Herman said. "I'm worried about our program and winning a game. Anybody that's been around me and our staff for the last 10 months knows we've never disparaged the previous staff or the current players."
Unless Meyer comes back with a response to Herman's non-response, this appears to be the end of the conversation — for now.