Urban Meyer remains under fire as questions loom over his knowledge of the Zach Smith scandal. (Source: WOIO)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
As Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer remains on paid leave, and the university continues its investigation into whether or not Meyer properly reported accusations of domestic abuse against former receivers coach Zach Smith back in 2015, Meyer’s job security remains a hot-button issue.
CBS Sports college football insider Barrett Sallee joined Tony Zarrella on Cleveland 19's Overtime on Tuesday night, and said it’s clear that Meyer supporters value football over domestic violence issues, and even went as far as calling Meyer “a scumbag.”
Advance to the 18:50 mark to hear the controversial statement from Sallee. For more context, start at the 17:00 mark.
University officials report the Meyer decision will come within the next two weeks, just before the start of the 2018 OSU college football season.