- Associated Press - Thursday, June 23, 2011

COLUMBUS, OHIO (AP) - An Ohio State University trustee says there are no new issues related to the school’s recent football troubles.

Real estate magnate Robert Schottenstein’s comments Thursday were the first from the board of decision-makers who oversees one of the country’s biggest universities.

Schottenstein says the athletics compliance policies are good and the university reported every alleged football team violation it was aware of to the NCAA.

Schottenstein, chairman of the board’s audit committee and chief executive officer and president of M/I Homes, did not address the forced resignation of football coach Jim Tressel on Memorial Day.


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