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First, the world was convinced that Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde punched a woman this past Friday night at a bar in Columbus. Then, we heard that the surveillance video showed nothing of the sort. Now, we’re hearing that Hyde “slapped” the woman. You can’t make this stuff up.
Fox 8 News’ Gabe Spiegel, who has been covering the story from its inception, just tweeted that NBC4i’s Mindy Drayer watched the tape and diagrammed what happened for her viewers. Check this out:
BREAKING NOW! Mindy Drayer witnessed tape. #CarlosHyde did slap victim. She took 1st swing at him, not clear if she hit him. #OHIOSTATE
— GABE SPIEGEL (@GABESPIEGEL) July 24, 2013
Victim covered her face, she ran to friends for comfort. Victim tried to slap him 1st, he ended up slapping her. #ohiostate #carloshyde
— GABE SPIEGEL (@GABESPIEGEL) July 24, 2013
Mindy Drayer (NBC) described entire incident w drawing on 6 pm news. Great reporter. Very credible. #ohiostate #carloshyde
— GABE SPIEGEL (@GABESPIEGEL)...
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Carlos Hyde was suspended indefinitely for his alleged role in an assault case, but a surveillance video may clear him of wrongdoing.
A Yahoo Sports story has information from a source stating that video from Sugar Bar 2 shows Carlos Hyde did not strike the victim in question.
Charges are not expected to be filed against Hyde after video from Sugar Bar 2 shows he didn’t appear to make contact with an alleged victim who claimed to have been assaulted early Saturday morning, a source who spoke to Yahoo! Sports...
Local news rarely if ever disappoints. Even when, as is the case here, there's a story of some importance for local news to cover. Did or did not starting Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde punch, hit, or slap a girl at a club?
Thus far, stories have differed.
On Monday Hyde was suspended from the team -- the Columbus-Dispatch reported that he'd been dismissed, but that...
Columbus nightclub video footage appears to clear Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde of allegedly hitting a woman, Yahoo! Sports is reporting.
Footage from the Sugar Bar 2 shows that Hyde, who was suspended from the team indefinitely Monday by coach Urban Meyer after being named a person of interest in the investigation, did not touch the alleged victim during the incident early...
Carlos Hyde is dismissed from the Ohio State Buckeyes football team. The cause? He PUNCHED A GIRL. And not just any girl but a policeman’s daughter. This should get interesting.
Turns out, Columbus nightclub video footage appears to clear Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde of allegedly hitting a woman, Yahoo! Sports is reporting.
The video from...
The Ohio State Buckeyes were dealt a huge blow on Monday morning when news broke of the dismissal of top running back Carlos Hyde. Ohio State dismissed Hyde just hours after a police report named him as a person of interest in an alleged assault over the weekend. The Columbus Dispatch first reported the story. Hyde was heading in to his fifth and final year in Scarlet and Grey...
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer says he will make a decision about running back Carlos Hyde once he evaluates the facts surrounding the case.
The school announced Monday that Hyde and three other players had been disciplined. Hyde was suspended indefinitely after he was named a person of interest in an investigation into an alleged assault of a woman at a downtown Columbus bar.
The Buckeye Nation may be able to breathe a sigh of relief after all.
Thacover2 is reporting that surveillance video from Sugar Bar 2 appears clear Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde of assault charges against a cops daughter early Saturday morning.
The woman punched him in the face, but it appears Hyde never made contact with her.
Sources say that the video shows Carlos Hyde...
Remember when we all jumped to conclusions about the running back situation at Ohio State because it was reported Carlos Hyde had assaulted a woman outside a Columbus bar? Well it turns out that was all silly perhaps. Video evidence has surfaced from the bar showing that Hyde never struck any woman, according to a report published by Yahoo! Sports Tuesday evening.
A couple of days ago, Yahoo!Sports columnist Charles Robinson reported that according to a source with knowledge, Carlos Hyde would not be facing charges in a nightclub incident where the Ohio State Buckeyes running back was accused of punching a female patron. Robinson’s source claimed that video evidence would exonerate Hyde. It is important to noe that Robinson did not see the...
According to Yahoo! Sports, surveillance video footage outside of a Columbus nightclub shows Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde did not hit any woman.
Earlier this week, Ohio State Buckeyes running back Carlos Hyde was suspended following an alleged assault at a downtown Columbus nightclub. According to a new report from Charles Robinson at Yahoo!Sports, video surveillance may clear of Hyde of any possible charges. Per Robinson: Charges are not expected to be filed against Hyde after video from Sugar Bar 2 shows he didn’t appear...
CHICAGO - Top returning running back Carlos Hyde's status remains uncertain, and a still mostly unproven receiving corps came out of spring practice improved -- but still mostly unproven.
Ohio State opens camp in less than two weeks trying to maximize the talent around quarterback Braxton Miller, and the mix of candidates for playing time will include several familiar names and...
CHICAGO - As expected, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer addressed his players' recent off-field incidents at Big Ten Media Days on Wednesday.
Meyer promised strong punishment for players who don't meet the program's standards, but said he's still collecting information on the exact nature of the issues. On Monday, starting running back Carlos Hyde was suspended after...
Urban Meyer is putting his program at Ohio State on notice, the players will either fall in line, face harsh discipline, and possible dismissal.
Or at least that’s what he wants you to think.
Meyer faced the music on Wednesday after enduring weeks of criticism for his programs constantly being enthralled in off the field arrest.
prior to arriving at Big 10 Media Day, Meyer was...