As Urban Meyer retook the reins fully of Ohio State football, he issued yet another statement of explanation, apology and thanks on his Twitter page Monday morning.

In summation about halfway down, he wrote, “I’m working to make sure I do a better job every day as a leader. … What I’ve learned from this experience will make be a better manager and a better leader. I’m working to ensure I do a better job.”

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But he started out thanking acting head coach Ryan Day and his staff for the work they did in directing the No.4 Buckeyes to a 3-0 start which included Saturday night’s come-from-behind, 40-28 win over No.15 Texas Christian in Arlington, Texas.

His statement in full:

"I want to thank Coach Day, the entire coaching staff, and especially the players for the great work they've done. Our team has performed well, and I couldn't be more proud.

With respect to Zach Smith and the events that led to his termination, it's clear I could have done a better job. I should have done a better job, and I'll always regret that I didn't. My time away from the program in August gave me a chance to reflect and it gave me a chance to learn a great deal from these events.

I want to be clear: I do not - never have and never will - condone domestic abuse.

I'm working to make sure I do a better job every day as a leader.

I sincerely regret my misstatement at Media Days, and my failure to adequately manage a troubled employee. It caused people to question my commitment to our core value of Treating Women with Respect. And it caused them to question my honesty. For that, I'm truly sorry.

I reaffirm my commitment to that core value today. I will always be sorry for what Courtney Smith and her family have gone through. I also apologize to President Drake and my University colleagues, our players and our fans.

What I've learned from this experience will make me a better manager and a better leader. I'm working to ensure I do a better job.

As I resume handling all my regular duties as Ohio State's Head Football Coach, I am mindful of the privilege I have been given and all the responsibilities that go with it. I commit to discharging them well as we move forward."