If he knew, why isn't his job in jeopardy?
More than 375
OSU violations, although "minor," in 10 yrs. would be enough for most coaches to be unemployed.
from the Cincy Community Press article:
"In May of 2009, The Columbus Dispatch reported that since 2000, Ohio State had reported to the NCAA more than 375 violations
– the most of any of the 69 Football Bowl Subdivision schools that provided documents to the newspaper through public-records requests. Most of the infractions were minor and resulted in little or no punishment."