The Ohio State University’s 20-member board of trustees have been meeting for over eight hours, and no decision has been made about Urban Meyer’s future by President Michael Drake yet. In fact, a decision still may or may not happen Wednesday afternoon.

Afternoon football practice has started, too, across the street from where the media has gathered.

The board is discussing the independent working group’s investigation into what Meyer knew and what he did with that knowledge regarding former assistant Zach Smith’s alleged domestic incidents in 2015.

Urban Meyer arrived early Wednesday morning at Ohio State, which was a bit of surprise, and his wife, Shelley, arrived this afternoon. Both are still in the Longaberger Alumni House seemingly waiting on the decision.

6:00 pm ET update: Ohio State insider Jeff Snook says Meyer will not be fired, and there’s an intense debate happening between the school president and board of trustees.

5:00 pm ET update: Ohio State AD Gene Smith arrives at the Longaberger Alumni House.

4:45 PM ET update: On Ohio State insider says there’s a disagreement between the school president and board of trustee members.

2:00 PM ET update: Board of trustees member Clark Kellogg briefly spoke to the media as he was on his way back into the building around 2:00 p.m. ET, and said, “Progress is being made.”

The Urban Meyer rally coordinator, Tennessee Jeff, has now shown up on campus, too.

Everyone has been waiting for so long outside the building that it appears media members are speaking with fans in the parking lot.

It’s still unclear if the final decision on Meyer will be announced Wednesday afternoon, but it certainly appears like it might.