Gene Smith is the sporty director of the Ohio State University (OSU) athletics program of Buckeyes (or AD short). Mr. Smith oversees the diverse range of men and women's sports for a school that has a unique distinction to make it one of four colleges to win national soccer, basketball and baseball championships.
Gene's Official Appointment Smith for the Ohio State Sports Actor was premiered on March 5, 2005. Gene was the leader of one of the country's most powerful college sports programs, and has gained the right work experience while serving as a sporting director in East Michigan, the state of Iowa and the state of Arizona.
While many casual enthusiasts predominantly play football and basketball when thinking about college athletes, the spectrum of sports in the universe is indeed very varied. In total, Mr. Smith supervises approximately 900 student athletes who have 39 sports competitions (20 women and 19 men) with gloves. Buckeyes have won national championships in many sports that are often forgotten in synchronized swimming, gymnastics and fence.
Long before the Ohio State University's high-ranking positions were borne, Gene Smith's sports officer was raised in Cleveland, Ohio the main OSU campus from Columbus, Ohio. Smith was an athlete at St. Peter Chanel High School in nearby Bedford, Ohio, and at Indiana University Notre Dame, where he earned a sports scholarship as a defensive part of the football team.
In 1977, Notre Dame, Gene was a member of the 1973 National League Football Team. Gene graduated in business administration in 1981 and remained alma mater until 1981 as an assistant coach with the football program.
In 1981, Gene Smith experimented with a brief career opportunity outside of college athletics when he was working on a marketing department at International Business Machines (IBM). After two years, in the private sector, Smith realized that his real call was a lifelong career for dormitory sports.  In 1969, Ohio found an indigenous job at the University of Michigan where he could apply for assistant sports director. In 1986, Gene became a full time senior athletic director in East Michigan. Seven years later, in 1993, Gene became AD at Iowa State University, where he had been duty-free until the year 2000 when he went to Tempe, Arizona to accept the athletic director of the Australian State University.