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Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby once described Illinois senior wideout A.J. Jenkins as “not that special.” Well, Jenkins went on to become a first round draft pick by the San Francisco 49ers. And Bradley Roby could be headed to jail, if he’s not careful.
Roby, a freshman who was an afterthought recruit (he’s from the same high school as former Buckeyes star DL Cameron Heyward, and lacked a ton of offers from major schools) talked smack about Jenkins, the nation’s leader in receiving yards and a Biletnikoff Award front-runner at that time.
Today, according to the Columbus Dispatch, Bradley Roby was arrested in Bloomington, Ind. and faces preliminary charges of battery resulting in bodily injury. Sources told the Dispatch that he was “asked to leave the bar after a disturbance, refused, and was subdued by bouncers at the bar before being taken into custody.”
Jenkins had a decent day, 8 catches for 80 yards that afternoon. But it was way below his average (136 yards per game, third...
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The Ohio State Buckeyes are having a terrible Monday morning just days before their 2013 camp is set to begin.
This morning the news that running back Carlos Hyde was dismissed from the team for punching a female in the face already had Buckeye faithful buzzing.
Now according to BlackSportsOnline, Buckeye cornerback Bradley Roby was arrested for battery after a bar brawl early Sunday...
Update: BucksInsider.com is reporting that Urban Meyer has suspended Roby indefinitely pending further investigation.
Earlier: This is not a good day for Ohio State fans. Earlier today, we learned that starting running back Carlos Hyde was dismissed from the team following an incident that occurred in a Columbus bar this past weekend.
Now, it appears that starting cornerback Bradley...
Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby has reportedly been arrested on battery charges in Indiana.
After several days of media fluff regarding Urban Meyer and the recklessness of the players he's coached, actual news occurred. While most Ohio State players are enjoying the last of their off-time, before preseason camp starts in two weeks, Carlos Hyde, a Buckeye running back, and Bradley Roby, a Buckeye corner back, were involved in two separate violent crimes.
Carlos Hyde has been cut from the Buckeyes at a most unfortunate time. Photo: USA Today Sports
Nothing good happens after midnite. Perhaps nobody knows this better this morning than Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer.
Ohio State was our runaway favorite in the Big Ten this upcoming season when we did our Big Ten preview. The Buckeyes will probably still be a strong favorite...
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...
A published report says Ohio State coach Urban Meyer has kicked starting tailback Carlos Hyde off the team after an alleged assault against a female in Columbus.
In a separate incident, first-team cornerback Bradley Roby is being investigated over another assault in Indiana.
Ohio State officials did not immediately return calls seeking comment.
The Columbus Dispatch is reporting...
A pair of Ohio State players find themselves in the news for unfortunate reasons. Buckeyes running back Carlos Hyde was recently named as the person of interest in a police investigation concerning an altercation at a bar in Columbus over the weekend and has been subsequently dismissed from the team while cornerback Bradley Roby was arrested and faces charges of battery.
Here it is word-for-word from OhioStateBuckeyes.com
Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer today suspended senior running back Carlos Hyde, from Naples, Fla., from all football team activities pending the outcome of the student code of conduct and criminal investigations. Hyde was named in a City of Columbus Police Department report that was issued Monday.
Meyer also took disciplinary...
Two incidents allegedly involving prominent Ohio State football players over the weekend could result in serious consequences for the players and the team's offense.
OSU coach Urban Meyer has dismissed Carlos Hyde, the team's top running back, who was named a person of interest in a weekend assault against a female, sources told the Columbus Dispatch Monday.
The team is...
Suspensions and Dismissals Announced
Just a short while ago, the official announcement all of Buckeye Nation was waiting for finally came to light. All in all, 4 Ohio State Football Players were disciplined by the team and University today, for varying infractions that have happened over the past week.
Starting Running Back Carlos Hyde: Suspended indefinitely pending the outcome...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- A published report says Ohio State coach Urban Meyer has kicked top rusher Carlos Hyde off the team after an alleged assault against a female in Columbus.
In a separate incident, starting cornerback Bradley Roby is being investigated over another assault in Indiana.
The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that Hyde was named as a person of interest in a weekend...
Ohio State announced this afternoon the suspensions of four football players -- running back Carlos Hyde, cornerback Bradley Roby, tight end Marcus Baugh and offensive lineman Tim Gardner.
Big Ten Media Days are set to kick off, and the league started the day by naming three Ohio State players among the five Leaders Division Players to Watch. Braxton Miller, Ryan Shazier and Bradley Roby have been named among the league's best.