The Ohio State University Board of Trustees met again on Thursday, and at least part of the conversations focused on the football program and the ongoing NCAA investigation, 10 Investigates' Paul Aker reported.
University officials have just started a review of their athletic compliance office, and they have discussed a significant shakeup that may include changes to its checks and balances systems.
Board chairman Robert Schottenstein said the talks were just an initial reaction to the situation at Ohio State.
"Perhaps consider moving towards a more centralized function for compliance while developing more checks and reporting within the system that ensure and promote maximum objectivity," Schottenstein said.
The compliance committee said it does not expect to learn of any more violations concerning the football program. It plans to have a report within 45 days, but Schottenstein said he did not expect to have final results of the review for 6-9 months, Aker reported.
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