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The centerpiece of the Ohio State scandal has a podcast coming out and "no one is safe"

Former Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith - who, along with his wife Courtney, was the central figure behind Urban Meyer's suspension - is planning on releasing a podcast called Menace 2 Society.

Smith took to Twitter to announce the new venture, noting that it will serve as his way to "get the truth out," and that "no one is safe."

In the video, Smith shares:

"Anyone that knows me knew that this was coming. That this podcast was coming, or something of this sort was going to happen."

"So, I've been held accountable for the things that I did. I have also been held accountable for things that I didn't do. So now it's time for me to voice my opinion. The facts. The truth...that people don't want you to know because EVERYONE is going to be held accountable for their actions. For things that they actually did."

"No one is safe. I don't care about anybody. Everyone is going to know what really happened."

Parties who might or might not be interested in what Smith has to say include Brett McMurphy, Tom & Michelle Herman, Urban Meyer, Gene Smith and well, much of Buckeye Nation to be honest (might even get some listens from the great state of Michigan).

...should be interesting...