It didn’t take long for social media to become abuzz after a report was released by college football reporter Brett McMurphy on Wednesday morning that claimed Ohio State coach Urban Meyer lied about his knowledge regarding several domestic abuse allegations against his former assistant.

Meyer denied having knowledge of those allegations against former Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith — who was recently fired from the Buckeyes’ staff — at Big Ten Media Days last week. But this report claims Meyer actually did know, along with many wives of coaches on Ohio State’s staff, as well as knowing the extent of Smith’s abuse toward his now ex-wife.

You can read McMurphy’s full extension report on the subject here.

If everything included in this extensive report turns out to be true, will that mark the end of the Meyer era at Ohio State? That’s what many in the college football world on Twitter think will happen, as well as what they believe should happen.

Here are some of the reactions that poured in on Twitter after the report was released:

More information on the Urban Meyer, Zach Smith situation continues to come to light. Stadium, a digital sports network, has now released an interview with Zach Smith’s ex-wife, Courtney Smith, in which she confirms many of the details provided by Brett McMurphy’s post. You can see the interview below:

It’s worth noting that Urban Meyer has admitted to knowing about some incidents going back to 2009. From ESPN, “Urban Meyer said July 24 that he was aware of the 2009 incident and that he and Shelley “got involved” by talking to the Smiths after police finished their investigation. Meyer said he called his boss after learning about it and then waited to hear back from the investigators. He said the recommendation made to him at that time was counseling for Smith and to move forward.”

However, incidents from 2015 seem to be the acts now in focus, as Meyer has indicated he didn’t know about them.