Meyer was quizzed on Monday about the controversy and called his actions stupid.
"I have sincerely apologized to the team, the staff and for being a distraction. It was ridiculous. It was stupid. So I told everyone and took responsibility. It was ridiculous. He said it was stupid.
It was stupid. I should have left. I shouldn't have put myself in this kind of situation. He said, via The Athletic, "That's not me."
Meyer was seen sitting on a bar stool wearing a red Ohio State sweatshirt. Video appeared to show Meyer dancing with a woman in front. Meyer smiled as he snapped the photo with the woman. The video's date of capture is not known.
The Jaguars lost to the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night. Meyer was a coach for the Buckeyes who won the victory over Rutgers.
He called Thursday's loss "heartbreaking"
The coach stated that it was heartbreaking and devastating after the game. Source: Pro Football Talk. "Normally, I don't think I'm wrong about stuff like this. I see a great team there. I see great guys with good hearts. I see men at work, and I told them that I was not wrong about this stuff. This team will win some games.
It's so heartbreaking. It's a sad locker room. We have to bring them back."
The Jaguars are currently 0-4 and have suffered 19 consecutive losses since last season.