Buckeye fans will have to continue to wait to hear the outcome of the investigation into Urban Meyer. College football is set to kick off in a few weeks and students return to campus with no answers.
“I’m a big football guy,” said second year OSU student Tad Bogielski. “I love football. I love going to the games, and I’m ready to get the season started and I want Urban on the field when it starts.”
The university issued a statement claiming the investigation will be complete on Sunday. It goes on to say the special, independent group conducting the investigation will share its report with the Board of Trustees sometime this week.
When asked, “If the investigation reveals something you didn’t expect, does that change your outlook on the season and on the football program here?” the answers were split.
“Maybe a little bit,” said Bogielski.
“It’s probably not going to change my whole outlook on the football program,” said OSU grad student Courtiss Johnson.
Johnson has season tickets to OSU football games.
He said even though his opinion of the football team won’t change, he will be anxiously waiting to hear what comes out of this investigation.
“It’s hard for me because I don’t have all of the details and I hope that the investigation accomplishes that, but I’m looking forward to the resolution of it.”
By law, The Ohio State University will notify the public when the meeting will happen between the special, independent group, and the Board of Trustees, one day prior to the event.