Ahead of his return to the sidelines, Urban Meyer sat down for a one-on-one interview with ESPN's Tom Rinaldi to clear the air about a number of lingering questions, particularly the reason for his suspension.
Meyer is frustrated by the perception that he was suspended for his stance on domestic violence, told Rinaldi he "wanted the truth to be out there."
"The perception was out there that I was suspended because of domestic violence," Meyer said. "I want to be perfectly clear to the world that Urban Meyer does not condone and would never allow domestic violence."
Meyer also answered questions regarding his answers at Big Ten Media Days, whether or not he deleted text messages from his cell phone, his response to the suspension, and how he felt about the entire situation.
With his suspension over, Meyer will also meet with the media for the first time at approximately 11:45 a.m. on Monday for his regular weekly press conference.