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Accost the Field — Paid Administrative Leave

Accost the Field with Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr Ohio State Podcast Ohio State Football Buckeyes

In this episode of Accost the Field, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr talk about everything that has been going on with the Ohio State football program over the last, oh, three days or so.

On Wednesday, Courtney Smith’s story was released. Not terribly long after that, Urban Meyer was put on paid administrative leave.

On Friday, Meyer released a statement stating that Ohio State was aware of Zach Smith’s 2015 incident and that he has always followed every procedure correctly where violence against women is concerned.

The fellas also discuss Zach Smith’s radio and television interviews from Friday as well.

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[Accost the Field is an Ohio State podcast that covers Ohio State football, Ohio State recruiting, and Ohio State basketball.]

 

4 Responses

  1. Great podcast, Guys:
    As to the litany of coaches we have survived, it was once said:
    “Coaching at OSU never ends well.”
    History speaks for itself!

  2. Something interesting I’ve found was that in the case of Baylor the one thing I took away was that the university wasn’t qualified to handle investigating it and they should’ve handed it off to the Title IX office and/or the Police. Now, the Police and Title IX knew and did nothing and people are saying that Urban should’ve put together his own investigation. It’s just interesting. I imagine they just want things to happen how they wish they had, retroactively. More than anything, I think many media members were so far onto the “Fire Him” side that they are just still dug in.

  3. Maybe I’m naive, but if Urban was aware of him being accused, questioned by police, and cleared, then if he’s asked about a felonious DV “arrest” then I can see why he’d say, “What are you talking about?”

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