Dozens more men are suing Ohio State over the University's failure to stop sexual abuse and misconduct decades ago by team doctor Richard Strauss. They echo claims filed previously by more than 400 men, many of whom allege they were groped during medical exams. The newest federal lawsuit claims were filed on Friday and Monday, which marked two years since O-S-U released a law firm report that concluded university employees knew of concerns about Strauss but didn't stop him. Strauss died in 2005. The school has publicly apologized and promise "monetary resolution" for survivors. It already reached nearly $47-million-dollars in settlements for 185 plaintiffs.