Ohio State announced Friday that its investigation into how the football program handled an accusation of domestic abuse against former assistant coach Zach Smith in 2015 would be done on Sunday "as planned".
The working group will share the report with the trustees in an executive session, according to the statement. Following deliberations with the board, and appropriate time for consideration, President Michael V. Drake will announce his decision.
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Smith was sacked from Ohio State in July after his wife was granted a domestic protection.
During a radio interview on Thursday, Drake said the school is allowing a careful inspection to be conducted. "I'm waiting until they come forward with information and we'll try to use that information to make the best decisions we can". Offensive coordinator Ryan Day is the team's interim coach.
McMurphy, who has been at the forefront reporting allegations about Smith that led to the coach's firing and an investigation of Urban Meyer, reported for Stadium that Smith ordered multiple sex toys to Ohio State's athletic offices. Zach Smith played football at Bowling Green under Meyer and also coached on Meyer's staff at Florida.
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Former Ohio Speaker of the House Jo Ann Davidson is serving as the chair of the six-person investigative committee.
Meyer has since acknowledged he was aware of the 2015 allegations, and claims to have followed proper protocol, without offering details. The group also includes former acting U.S. Deputy Attorney General Craig Morford, former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio Carter Stewart, and three members of the Ohio State board of trustees.
Day issued a statement Friday afternoon providing an update about Ohio State's fall practices to date. It looked like he was gone early, it doesn't look like he is now - and I say that just based on having watched college football and understanding the cynical nature of it.
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