Charges Against Roby Reduced
By Rob Ogden
The misdemeanor charge against Ohio State star corner back Bradley Roby was reduced Friday from Class A battery to Class B disorderly conduct, according to court documents.
Photo by Jim Davidson
The charge stems from an incident that occurred outside a bar in Bloomington, Ind. on July 21.
Roby has been taking second-team reps on defense while he awaits word on a possible suspension from coach Urban Meyer.
Meyer said earlier this month that he was waiting for all the facts to come in before making a decision.
Roby is scheduled for a pretrial conference on Aug. 26, just five days before the Buckeyes' home-opener against Buffalo.
The All-American corner has started every game during his career. He recorded 62 tackles and had two interceptions in 2012.
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