This Ohio lawyer breaks down into detail the many inaccuracies and probable deceptions of Brett McMurphy. Starting off with his statement prior to the Media Day that: "Zach Smith was "arrested" for "felony counts of domestic violence and felonious assault against Courtney Smith." In fact Smith was not arrested and under the law could not be charged with a felony. See-- reddit.com/r/OhioStateFootball/comments/94t19c/crosspost_from_rcfb_a_lawyers_deep_dive_into/ (to avoid the whole post being included into mine I have cut out https:www -- which can be added to get the link) The lawyer summarized some of the mistakes as follows: "To state it as short as possible: McMurphy went from "arrest" on 07/23/2018, to "investigated and arrested" on 07/24/2018, to "investigated" on 07/30/2018, to "allegations" on 08/01/2018. " The lawyer also states that McMurphy should release the Powell police report. (Minor detail. Powell is in Delaware County, which is different from Franklin County where Columbus is). I agree 100%. It is very suspicious that McMurphy is reporting on many negative matters (legitimately so), but not presenting the whole story. If the police report helped Courtney Smith, he would almost certainly have published it by now. Currently, it is sealed under the phony contention by Powell that it is protecting the identity of the accused. My position is that it should not be Meyer's job to be a police officer or to investigate the many tangential matters that could affect his players or staff. In particular, those transgressions that are only characterized as misdemeanors. Meyer is responsible for about 100 young men and for coaching a football team that is watched by millions on Saturdays. The first responsibility is on the police and if they failed, there heads should roll first. On the other hand, if Meyer intervened to help Z Smith and to get the charges buried, he deserves whatever he gets, and I would support his firing. To the extent that there are responses to this post, I will be gone until about 9 this evening.