As the days continue to go by, more and more information from Ohio State’s investigative report into head coach Urban Meyer will emerge.

Some of that information surfaced on Wednesday, when it was reported that the names “Laura” and “Colleen” were members of Meyer’s legal team. Previously, their identities were unknown.

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Bruce Feldman of The Athletic reported that the names were Laura Hoey and Colleen Conry, who were part of Meyer’s legal team and “coordinated the preservation and imaging of his phone that day for the purposes of the investigation.”

“That day” refers to Aug. 2, when Meyer received a text message from his agent, Trace Armstrong. The text read “U up? Laura and Colleen would like to be at your place at 11. They anticipate that they will need 4 hours with your phone. As well as some time with you and Shelley.”

Meyer’s text message were a major focus of Ohio State’s investigation into the head coach’s knowledge of domestic violence arrests that were made involving ex-assistant coach Zach Smith. Meyer reportedly had a conversation with director of football operations Brian Voltolini about how to delete messages older than a year from a phone.

After the investigation concluded, Meyer was suspended three games for mishandling the situation involving Smith. He’ll miss Ohio State’s season opener this Saturday against Oregon State.

Last Thursday, Meyer was allowed to meet with the players and coaching staff prior to the start of his suspension.