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Ohio State Buckeyes defensive back Bradley Roby (25) vs. University of Akron Zips at Ohio Stadium, September 3, 2011. (Columbus Dispatch photo by Mike Munden)
Ohio State starting running back Carlos Hyde was dismissed from the team stemming from an incident at a Columbus bar, according to the Columbus Dispatch, while starting defensive back Bradley Roby, a Peachtree Ridge grad, may face suspension from a separate incident.
The Dispatch reported Monday that Hyde was named a person of interest in an assault against a woman. However, no charges have been filed.
Roby, a redshirt junior and top NFL prospect, was arrested Sunday morning in a separate incident. He was charged with battery resulting in bodily injury at a Bloomington, Ind., bar. According to a police report, he was asked to leave a bar after a disturbance, refused, and was subdued by bouncers at the bar before being taken into custody.
Roby was scheduled to appear at Big Ten Media Days this week in Chicago, but now faces a possible suspension after an investigation of the arrest is completed.
Hyde rushed for 970 yards last season with a team-high 16 rushing touchdowns.
Roby was named to the All-Big Ten first team last year and a Thorpe Award semifinalist, which is given to the nation's top defensive back.