Snyder-Hill said he went to the health center because of a lump on his chest, but Strauss also conducted a genital exam and pressed himself into him, at which point the patient realized the doctor had an erection.
Mike Kudla, a defensive end on Ohio State's national championship team in 2002 and the school's most valuable player on defense in 2005, died at age 34, his high school alma mater announced Monday. Snyder-Hill said he was told that Strauss denied his allegations.
The school said investigators are accepting anonymous reports and noted that they aren't proactively reaching out to potential victims because they want to avoid re-traumatizing anyone who doesn't want to revisit such an experience. Dailey said he was too embarrassed to report the abuse directly to Jordan at the time, but he said Jordan took part in conversations where Strauss' abuse of many other team members came up.
Strauss worked at the university for almost two decades from the mid-1970s to the 1990s.
Smith has been on Meyer's staff since he became Ohio State's head coach in 2012, is a 2007 graduate of Florida who also has been an assistant coach Marshall in 2010 and Temple in 2011.
Jordan spoke Monday morning with the firm looking into allegations against Dr. Richard Strauss and how the school responded to any complaints about Strauss, said spokesman Ian Fury, who declined to discuss details of the conversation.
Geiger has told The Associated Press he doesn't remember meeting with the wrestlers or any complaints about Strauss.
According to court records, wide receivers coach Zach Smith, grandson of former Ohio State coach Earle Bruce, was served with the misdemeanor complaint May 12 in the north Columbus suburb of Powell. The wrestlers' lawsuit seeks unspecified monetary damages.
"The interview took place Monday morning in OH", said Ian Fury, Jordan's spokesman, in a statement.
U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is now claiming that the wrestlers he once coached at Ohio State are now accusing him of knowing about extremely widespread sexual abuse - because he supports President Trump.
The plaintiff said he was inappropriately touched and sexually harassed multiple times while receiving care from Strauss.
Adding to the trouble for Ohio State, five former wrestlers filed two class action lawsuits against the university that accuse administrators of failing to act on Strauss' alleged abuse, despite having knowledge of it. "That's what we thought 25 years ago", he said.