Typo. But thanks, fixed.
1) Not taken out of context. At all. Sorry if you thought that.
2) Below is the full transcription of Meyer on Noah:
That's another good question. He's not going to practice now. That was just last week. He's getting full‑time treatment. He is working out just for his well‑being. I think that's a good question, when is it zero tolerance. When addiction is set in, or a decision to harm yourself and harm your teammate, those are things we wrestle with all the time. I've been criticized for many years about I treat these guys like they're my kid, and I'm not a big fan of dismissal. I just don't do that very often. It's gotta be a severe one, where you're hurting someone else.
I am doing the best‑‑ not I, Ohio State University, it's an institution based on educating people so we're doing our very best to‑‑ what the future holds for Noah, I have no idea, but to throw him to the street, I didn't feel like that was appropriate just yet. And we're going to do the best we can to help a guy that was a Academic All‑Big Ten, good student, great family, that has a problem, and it's our job to help him, and I don't think you will ever see our staff ever do that, say you're out, in that kind of situation.
Unfortunately sometimes it's not our decision.