Ohio State's investigation into Urban Meyer and his handling of the domestic violence accusations against now-fired assistant coach Zach Smith wrapped up on Sunday, per the university. Here's the latest on what is happening with Meyer and the Buckeyes' football program.
Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave on Wednesday, Aug. 1. He was on paid administrative leave for roughly two and a half weeks.
Ohio State's investigation into Meyer and his handling of the allegations against Smith took two weeks. The Buckeyes announced a two-week timeline for the investigation on Sunday, Aug. 5 and that deal concluded on-time.
Now, we wait.
Ohio State's Board of Trustees is going to meet to discuss the findings of the investigation. As of yet, we haven't heard anything about that meeting.
The BOT needs to publicly schedule its meeting 24 hours in advance. So, it would seem like the earliest we'll find out anything about Meyer would be Tuesday.
Most experts seem to think it could be as late as Wednesday that anything official is announced when it comes to Meyer.
Ohio State, meanwhile, is less than two weeks away from opening its season. The Buckeyes begin the year on Sept. 1 against Oregon State.
Ryan Day is leading the program in the absence of Meyer. He will continue to do that until anything official regarding Urban's status is announced.
Most experts believe Urban Meyer will not be fired, but will be suspended for a couple of games. However, no one really knows what the investigative committee is going to find. Stay tuned.