Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has been placed on paid-administrative leave.
OSU officials made the decision yesterday, announcing they're investigating Courtney Smith's claims that several people close to Meyer knew of a 2015 domestic violence allegation against her ex-husband, former OSU assistant football coach Zach Smith, who was fired last week.
Meyer's signed a contract extension in April that had language requiring him to report staff violations of OSU's sexual misconduct policy.
Today on All Sides, we discuss what could happen to Ohio State's head coach and how this is an indication of a shifting culture.
Bill Rabinowitz, Columbus Dispatch reporter
Ari Wasserman, senior reporter the Athletic
Deborah Wilson, chair, Behavioral and Social Sciences Associate Professor of Psychology Title IX Committee Member Southern Arkansas University
Yasmine Makridis, attorney at Columbus City Attorney's Office