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Ohio State Insider Provides New Details On The Urban Meyer Report

A closeup of Urban Meyer during an Ohio State football game.

COLLEGE PARK, MD - NOVEMBER 12: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes looks on during the second quarter against the Maryland Terrapins at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium on November 12, 2016 in College Park, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Ohio State insider Jeff Snook, who's written several stories throughout the Urban Meyer-Zach Smith-Ohio State saga, has taken to Facebook to react to everything that's come down since Wednesday night.

The school announced Wednesday night that Urban Meyer was being suspended for the first three games of the 2018 season without pay. He will be able to return to practice on Sept. 2, though, following the Week 1 game.

Many are criticizing Urban Meyer and Ohio State, not just for the punishment but also for the details revealed in the full report.

Snook, though, claims that the report that was released doesn't come close to detailing all of the information that was out there.

He wrote the following on Facebook today:

It’s not only just a part of the story, it’s not even one-tenth of the story.

The report chooses to ignore any validity or even mention the mountain of evidence that the original accuser, Courtney Smith, had credibility issues when claiming her husband, then ex-husband, receivers coach Zach Smith committed domestic violence against her, specifically in October, 2015, the incident which set a match to this entire firestorm.

I have become privy to much of the testimony to the panel over the past two weeks – and I can tell you first-hand that none of it appears in this report. The Powell police department, the accuser’s own mother and ex mother-in-law, Zach Smith, and at least two others detailed to the committee how the accuser followed through with a well-planned take down of her ex-husband for being unfaithful. All, to a tee, stated her claims of domestic abuse didn’t occur.

And yet, the mention of “sex toys” does appear.

It does feel like this Urban Meyer-Ohio State-Zach Smith saga isn't over yet. We'll see if anything new comes out in the coming weeks.