Ohio State's Urban Meyer suspension saga is wrapping up. The Buckeyes' head coach returned in a full-time capacity to the program on Monday. He'll be back on the sideline on Saturday.
Meyer did his first weekly press conference of the 2018 season on Monday. He was asked a couple of football questions, but most of the talk was about his suspension and how he handled everything.
Questions like that will probably continue, but Meyer did appear to be ready to get back to his team in a full-time capacity.
Meyer's family is certainly ready to have him back on the field. There has been quite a bit of criticism for the Ohio State head coach and his family is surely ready to get past all of that.
The Ohio State head coach's wife, Shelley Meyer, retweeted this on Monday.
"One thing Urban said today, and you know from Aug. I've been preaching this: they're 'taught to let law enforcement handle it and get out of the way.' That is 100% true and some braindead members of the media would know that if they spoke to people that do the job for a living," tweeted Kyle Lamb.
"They're supposed to make sure their supervisors know and let authorities handle the investigation. That was what was done in this situation. The idea that more should have been done goes against training of every 'mandatory reporter' in every institution in America."
A national college football reporter, USA TODAY's Dan Wolken, called her out for retweeting this "straw man" argument.
One thing is clear: This saga isn't going away.